Photo: Snowshoe hare caught in the act

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What? Nope ... it wasn't me eating the grass.

While snowshoe hares are white in the winter – all the better to blend in with the snow – and brown in warmer months – all the better to blend in with the brushy undergrowth – they are never green ... and thus have a hard time hiding when they are caught smack dab in the middle of the grass and greenery.

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