Rabbits & Hares

A:

Jackrabbits survive in the desert by having adaptations that help them to stay cool and avoid the many predators that hunt them. Jackrabbits have exceptional speed, and they sometimes reach 40 miles per hour. This allows them to outrun many potential predators. Additionally, as jackrabbits are herbivores that consume many succulent plants, they are able to obtain most of the water they require through their food.

See Full Answer
Filed Under: