The longest runners are those that are found on bare land, because they are exposed to view; the shortest, those found in thick covers, since the darkness hinders their flight.There are two species of hare.1
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1 The common hare and a smaller variety of the same; which is said to be “more brindled in colour” than the larger kind. See “The Hare” in Fur and Feather Series, p.5.
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