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hares and jackrabbits (zoological genus) Echten Hasen {pl} (Lepus) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]

Alaskan hare; tundra hare Alaskahase {m} (Lepus othus)

antelope jackrabbit Antilopenhase {m} (Lepus alleni)

American desert hare; black-tailed jackrabbit Kalifornischer Eselhase {m}; Eselhase {m} (Lepus californicus)

black jackrabbit Espiritu-Santo-Hase {m} (Lepus insularis)

European hare; brown hare Feldhase {m}; Hase {m} (Lepus europaeus) [listen]

broom hare Ginsterhase {m}; Castroviejo-Hase {m} (Lepus castroviejoi)

Cape hare; desert hare Kaphase {m} (Lepus capensis)

Arctic hare Polarhase {m} (Lepus arcticus)

prairie hare; white-tailed jackrabbit; white jack Präriehase {m} (Lepus townsendii)

African savanna hare Savannenhase {m}; Mosambik-Hase {m} (Lepus microtis / Lepus victoriae)

mountain hare; white hare; snow hare; Alpine hare; Irish hare; tundra hare; variable hare Schneehase {m} (Lepus timidus)

snowshoe hare; varying hare, snowshoe rabbit [Am.] Schneeschuhhase {m} (Lepus americanus)

woolly hare Tibetanische Wollhase {m} (Lepus oiostolus)

Mexican hare; white-sided jackrabbit Weißflankenhase {m} (Lepus callotis)

Hares may pull dead lions by the beard. [prov.] Ist der Löwe tot, so rauft ihn auch der Hase beim Bart. [Sprw.]

wild hares and rabbits Ballenwild {n} [zool.]

Three Hares motif Dreihasenmotiv {n}; Dreihasenbild {n} [relig.]

Patagonian hares; Patagonian cavies; maras (zoological subfamily) Pampashasen {pl}; Maras {pl} (Dolichotinae) (zoologische Unterfamilie) [zool.]

whistling hares (zoological genus) Pfeifhasen {pl} (Ochotona) (zoologische Gattung) [zool.]

shallow depression; form (cover for hares) [listen] Sasse {f} (Erdmulde, in der Hasen Deckung suchen) [zool.]

drove [listen] Herde {f} [zool.]

droves Herden {pl}

drove of geese Gänseherde {f}

drove of hares Hasenherde {f}

drove of cattle Rinderherde {f}
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