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    Jakalope - not the band

    What the hell is a Jakalope?
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    It's an animal found in the southwestern parts of the United States. Typically they live in bushes in the high desert. Dochter knows more about them than I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Osiris
    Its a jack rabbit with antlers. Very rare.
    How does that work?

    Is it a mythological creature? Cause I figured speciation would prevent this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brandeissansoo
    It's an animal found in the southwestern parts of the United States. Typically they live in bushes in the high desert. Dochter knows more about them than I do.
    WTF?

    THey're real?

    I didn't see this one first, so see my reply to Os.

    Can anyone find a picture?
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    Yes, they are Amazing Creatures

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    Apparently there is some kind of mutation in a cartilage differentiation factor that gives these things large bumps on their heads that resemble antlers.

    The above is a cheap photoshop though

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandeissansoo
    Apparently there is some kind of mutation in a cartilage differentiation factor that gives these things large bumps on their heads that resemble antlers.

    The above is a cheap photoshop though
    Ahh, see the person who told me about this, said they were a matting between an antilope, and a jack rabbit. I was sure they were full of it because of spcieation, and i couldn't find a pic.

    but a mutation makes sense.
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    yeah, an antelope could fit a whole rabbit inside its vagina.

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