The fastest species of rabbit is thought to be the Lepus alleni, a jackrabbit, which can travel at speeds up to 45 mph.
Jack rabbits are the faster of the two families of rabbits (jack rabbits and cotton tails respectively), capable of traveling at speeds of up to 45 miles per hour. They are powerful jumpers, and harness the speed of those long-distance jumps by pressing their bodies low to the ground when pursued. Small, powerful jumps from their hind legs then fuel the fast motion of their low-to-the-ground front legs, resulting in a fast and effective run.
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