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These animals, recognisable by their long ears, long hinds legs and short fluffy tails are part of the order Lagomorpha.

They have some resemblance to rodents but differ in having two pairs of upper incisor teeth - one large pair and a smaller pair tucked in behing them.

Rabbits and hares all belong to the family Leporidae. Hares being larger and faster than their cousins but their main difference is in their breeding habits. Rabbits give birth to blind, naked young in burrows, while hares give birth above ground and their babies are sighted and well-furred.

Rabbits burrowing can undermine embankments and structures and can cause damage to cereal crops, market gardens and golf courses.

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