2. Jackalope Behavior

If they exist, Jackalopes are reclusive by nature, which is why humans so rarely spot them. However, they have strong personalities and can be aggressive when approached, using their horns to fight off anyone who tries to capture one. Cowboys and mountain men of the Old West claim that jackalopes could mimic human voices and often sit in the darkness outside of campfires to do so. They can supposedly run up to 90 miles per hour, making them the fastest animals on Earth.

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