What is the smallest species of rabbit in the United States?

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    Columbia Basin Pygmy rabbits. They are native to one area in Washington state. Adults weigh less than 1 pound!

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    The pygmy rabbit is the smallest species of rabbit in the United States and measures only about 9.25 to 11.65 inches. 

    Pygmy rabbits usually are found in areas of tall, dense sagebrush plants, and are highly dependent on sagebrush to provide both food and shelter throughout the year. 

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