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Irish Hare near Hag's Head, Cliffs of Moher

Irish Mountain Hare, Lepus Timidis Hibernicus. The Mountain Hare is largely adapted to polar and mountainous habitats. It is distributed from Fennoscandia to eastern Siberia; in addition there are isolated populations in the Alps, Ireland, Poland, United Kingdom and Hokkaido. some scientists believe that the Irish Hare should be regarded as a separate species.

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IMG_0815_hare.tif
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2007 Dave Walsh.
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2460x1608 / 11.3MB
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Ireland: The Wild Atlantic Way, Irish Nature & Wildlife
Irish Mountain Hare, Lepus Timidis Hibernicus. The Mountain Hare is largely adapted to polar and mountainous habitats. It is distributed from Fennoscandia to eastern Siberia; in addition there are isolated populations in the Alps, Ireland, Poland, United Kingdom and Hokkaido. some scientists believe that the Irish Hare should be regarded as a separate species.