examples of lagomorphs
Lagomorphs: small four-legged herbivorous vertebrates (about 60 species) with dense fur, a short or absent tail and three pairs of incisors.
Widespread lagomorph with strong hind limbs adapted for swift running; it lives in the wild and is valued especially for its meat.
Widespread and extremely prolific lagomorph living in the wild in burrows; it is also raised for its meat and fur.
Tailless lagomorph living in the wild in the mountains of Central Asia and North America.