Where Does a Hare Live?


Hares live in almost every climate. They live in forests, grasslands, deserts, tundra, and mountainous areas.
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All hares live above ground, sheltering in a shallow scrape known as a 'form'. They are basically nocturnal, feeding by night on a wide variety of fodder depending on the season.
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