A common site across the American west the black-tailed jackrabbit is a common character in many Native American stories. Known as a long and lanky desert dweller who does not migrate or hibernate, this Jackrabbit is a fixture in tales of all seasons! With his large weighted feet and big ears is the perfect addition to your home library or tales of the Southwest.
Measures: 21" tall, 12" wide, 5" long
Movable mouth and front paws