A hare’s home is called a form.
It is a shallow depression of flattened grass.
Hares apparently do not burrow underground as rabbits do when bearing young babies.
The humble abode of a hare is simply a nest above ground formed and shaped out of wallowed out, flattened grass. (1)
- Kingdom: Animalia
- Pylum: Chordata
- Class: Mammalia
- Order: Lagomorpha
- Family: Leporidae
- Genus: Lepus
A hare is typically larger than rabbits. Its ears are also longer.