Antelope jackrabbit (Lepus alleni)
The antelope hare is a of North American species. The male and female antelope hares are identical in appearance. The antelope hare has a white belly, light grey sides, a black splattered back and an orange coloration on the neck and chest.
Dry areas (especially in areas with a lot of thicket), they live in burrows that they themselves usually do with a depth of about 1 meter.
The antelope hare feeds on cacti, grasses and other leafy vegetation. This species has been observed digging and eating soil in an attempt to ingest minerals and other nutrients
It is found in undeveloped areas or generally contiguous to the unpopulated where it can easily escape.