Pike's Peak

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    because sometimes you need some alone time with God
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    the falls at night
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    dont mind me,..
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    sweet. you here in the springs?
     
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    Cool rabbit. Any idea on what kind (common name/scientific name)?
     
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    i think it's the "wahscally wahbit" indigenous to earth.
     
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    nope. sorry. I'm native of STL. This was from my past vacation.
     
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    Just an interest in evolved adaptations I've been into lately. Lost Prophet had a cool thread on wahscally's in the U.K.

    I noticed the nose on this one is a bit different from the desert cottontail.

    Maybe eastern cottontail?

    http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/resources/phil_myers/ADW_mammals_3_4_03/sylvilagus6549.jpg/view.html
    Nope. The head looks more rodent like.

    Probably not mountain cottontail either.
    http://animaldiversity.ummz.umich.edu/site/resources/phil_myers/ADW_mammals_3_4_03/nuttalls7165.jpg/view.html

    Hmmm,.. White-tailed Jackrabbit?
    -maybe if these kind turn white in winter.

    Looks like desert cottontail but ears seem too short...
    http://digital-desert.com/wildlife/cottontail/320702f.jpg



    Life's mysteries I guess.

    Cool shot of a wahscally.
     

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