White-tailed Jackrabbit 4, Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone Natl. Park, WY
During the colder days of winter, some creatures adapt to the climate change by
morphing to another color. Camouflage aids in concealment within your
surroundings... In this case, a White-tailed Jackrabbit blends well in the snow of
the Upper Terrace Drive area in Mammoth Hot Springs. Able to run near 45
mph, jackrabbits are prey to fox, coyote and raptors.
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