Black-tailed jackrabbits are the most widely-distributed jackrabbit in North America, found from central Washington east to Missouri and south to Baja California Sur. They are able to occupy a wide range of habitats, as long as diversity in plant species exists to support their diets and provide protection from predators. Their large ears help them regulate their body temperature, by moving hot blood through them to cool down. Their young are born fully-furred with eyes open, and spend almost no time with their mother before forging out on their own.
1.125" Hard enamel pin w/ printed detail; black metal finish.
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