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A Hare is a lagomorph of the genus Lepus. They are often confused with rabbits, who are their close cousins. However, unlike rabbits, hares are precocial (born almost completely mature); this means, among other things, that hares are born with fur while rabbits are not.[1] Hares live above ground, while rabbits tend to live in underground warrens. Hares are less social than rabbits.