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Indigenous to the arid regions of the Southwestern United States (although avid outdoorsmen claim to have seen packs of them grazing in the wild grasslands of Oregon), this smallish mammal (about the size of a large dog) originated from the usually unsuccessful mating of Albino Pygmy Pronghorn Antelopes (not of the genuine Bovidae family of Antelope but loosely associated with the Antilocapridae family) with a rare, serial-killer species of Jackrabbit (occasionally a part of the Leporidae family but mainly just on Thanksgiving and Christmas) creating the Leporiantilo family and the species Jacklepus Antilocapra SouthaAmericana(maybe)Oregona.

Mainly carnivorous, these vicious creatures hunt in packs, much like the North American Gray Wolf (Canis lupus). Jackalopes tend to be charmingly deceptive upon first glance; the façade of a peaceful, furry, cute, grass grazing, bunny, makes it easier for them to surprise their prey, which they then maliciously devour.

The Jackalope’s ability to change the color of its fur, like a Chameleon (Chamaeleo chamaeleon) is the main reason (according to experts) why we (experts) know nothing about this animal. However, it has been reported by very reliable field correspondents (not experts but close enough) that the Jackalope has very powerful magical powers; not excluding its’ milk (found percolating on the tips of its’ horns) as a cure for AIDSCANCERTERRORISTTHREATWESTNILENUCULARRACISM.


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