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Scientific Name: Sylvilagus floridanus
Diet: Almost any vegetation including apple, willow, dogwood, hickory, rose, sumac, clover, corn, soybean
Range: Found throughout Indiana.
Fun Fact: The underside of the tail is snow white and very bright when the rabbit runs, hence the name "cottontail."
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