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    A brown hare (Lepus europaeus) pricks up its ears in a field in Hegyeshalom, west of Budapest, Hungary #fashion Use rep code: MEMBER at Karmaloop.com for a discount - memberdiscountcodes.com | vanfl.org

  • Paulette Ives

    What big eyes & ears you have .....

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    With these darn ears it's hard to hide.. said the easter bunny.

  • Katie Cuccaro

    Blue Ribbon Bakery: Banana Walnut Bread Pudding (recipe & video) So good!

  • Emily Maginess

    Beautiful brown hare. Animal pictures of the week: 22 April 2011 - Telegraph

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