LAGOMORPHA

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Amami Rabbit
Pentalagus furnessi
(Leporidae)
Cape Hare
Lepus capensis
(Leporidae)
Yarkand Hare
Lepus yarkandensis
(Leporidae)
Mountain Hare
Lepus timidus ainu
(Leporidae)


Northern Pika
Ochotona hyperborea
(Ochotonidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Amami Rabbit
Pentalagus furnessi
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Mountain Hare
Lepus timidus ainu
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Flemish Giant
Oryctolagus cuniculus
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Netherland Dwarf
Oryctolagus cuniculus
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Netherland Dwarf
Oryctolagus cuniculus
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Lop Ear
Oryctelagus cuniculus
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Rex
Oryctolagus cuniculus
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Dutch Rabbit
Oryctelagus cuniculus
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)
Rabbit Japanese White
Oryctelagus cuniculus
(Leporidae)
(LAGOMORPHA)


Lagomorpha was included in Rodentia before from the place where the form of the incisor resembles, but there are the incisor of the upper jaw being two pairs, the place that, in addition, was different in various ways, and it is thought that it is now another order. Five of them, a foot have four fingers in a hand and it can arrive at the ground to a heel and walk.
Amami rabbit is appointed to a natural monument with the rare kind that is a mark for the beginning. An ear is short and near the half of the head. Both four limbs and the tail are short, and the eyes are small, too, but the nail is powerful. It is nocturnal and dig the hole of the under the ground with oneself and become the cave of one or twom in the cliffs. It like watersides and avoid terrible heat. The sense of smell is sharp carefully.

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