Sweet and silly
Porcupines, guinea pigs, and a lot of bunnies!
Pygmies are North America’s smallest rabbit, with adults weighing less than a pound. Although tiny, they are tough. Their short legs can hop at speeds of 15 miles an hour. They are active year-round in temperatures ranging from below zero to more than 100 degrees F. Equipped with long claws, they are the only U.S. rabbits to dig their own burrows.