سلام فرق hare و rabbit چیه ؟
کلمه rabbit به معنای خرگوش هست و noun
و hare به معنای خرگوش صحرایی هست و اینم noun هست
این هم توضیح تصویری
Believe it or not, rabbits and hares are completely different species, even though they look quite alike and are actually members of the same order of mammals ( Lagomorpha ). There are significant differences in physicalappearance, behavior, and even lifestyles.
Rabbits and hares are different from the moment they are born. Baby rabbits — called kittens or bunnies — are born hairless and blind, totally dependent on their mothers. Baby hares — called leverets — are born with fur and sight, and they can move on their own within an hour of their birth.
Hares tend to be larger than rabbits, with longer hind legs and longer ears with black markings. While rabbits’ fur stays the same color year-round, hares change color from brown or gray in the summer to white in the winter.
Rabbits make their homes in burrows underground, while hares make nests above ground. Only the cottontail rabbit is known to make above-ground nests similar to those of hares.
Their different living habits make rabbits and hares respond to danger differently. Rabbits prefer to head underground to hide. Hares, on the other hand, use their longer, stronger hind legs to run away from danger.
Rabbits tend to be social animals that live in groups. Hares spend most of their time by themselves, only pairing up occasionally to mate.