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The particular species of sylvilagus referenced is floridanus, commonly known as the Eastern cottontail. However, we are so far north there have been anecdotal sightings of its somewhat distant cousin, Lepus americanus, between our humble abode and the Arctic Circle.

As an aside and for the sake of completeness, one additional comment demands a hearing. On occasion, I've heard Mrs. Jim tell others she lives with a wild hare. I've never seen the creature but made the sad mistake once of asking if its name were Harvey. - Jim

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