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- A native of the American West, the shy jackalope is closely related to the wild rasselbock of Germany.
- As masters of disguise, jackalopes are rarely seen in daylight, but are occasionally seen late at night near watering holes.
- Unlike the males, female jackalopes lack antlers, and are easily mistaken for the common rabbit.
- Once thought to be extinct, the jackalope is now protected; hunting can only occur from midnight till 2am, on June 31, each year.