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Wild habitatPlay
Hares live in the wild, unlike rabbits, which can be domesticated. SlideThe natural habitat of a hare is more likely to be a field than a garden.
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Not a rabbitPlay
Although hares look like rabbits, remember they are larger and have longer legs. SlideIn a nature documentary, you might learn how to distinguish a hare from a rabbit.
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Cultural symbolPlay
Hares are often associated with speed and agility in various cultures. SlideThe story of the tortoise and the hare emphasizes the hare's swift nature.