The Jackalope


The Jackalope
Fearsome critter

By Floriane Pochon with Tony Regnauld

Investigation about the Horny Bunny

Rabbit warrior

The order of Jackalopes belongs to the class of lagomorphic mammals and is related to the family of wild leporidae. Jackalopes are deviated from the giant hare. The most distinguishing characteristic of the animals is they wear antelope horns on the top of the skull.

Very fierce and always eager to use their antlers to fight, Jackalopes – sometimes called “Rabbit Warrior” – are said to be so dangerous that hunters are advised to wear stovepipes on their legs to keep from being gored. It is particularly difficult to observe, and it has never been possible to capture live specimens.


WITH THE VOICE OF: Xavier Thomas

RhinogradentiaEspigoule’s Phacomochère