Get to Know the Jackalope

It must first be noted that the scientific community denies the existence of the jackalope, also known as “Lepus Cornutas” or the Horned Hare. Therefore, the DMW cannot confirm that the jackalope is real and secretly living within the country’s national parks. Jackalopes aren’t a purely American phenomenon, as some believe, rather they can also be found in other parts of the world; notably Germany and Sweden. The history of the creature dates back several centuries, but it was its addition in a zoology book in the 16th century by Conrad Gessner that documented its existence. Several other books followed, which also noted the creature and provided illustrations (as seen above). Jackalopes are

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