1998 - Nagano, Japan
1998 - Brussels, Belgium
1971 - Omaha, N.E.
1963 - Pixley, USA
1954 - Tokyo, Japan
1947 - Roswell, N.M.
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The Jackalope (Lepus-temperamentalus) is one of the rarest animals in the world. A cross between an extinct pygmy-deer and a species of killer-rabbit, they are extremely shy unless approached. None have ever been captured alive and this rare photo shows a mighty buck about to strike.
Known by the ancients as "deerbunnies", it wasn't until the early 1960's that the modern more fearsome "jackalope" name was adopted.
It is written that you can extract a Jackalope's milk as it sleeps belly up at night. The milk is belived to be medicinal and can be used for a variety of afflictions. The truth is these creatures are aggressive and unpredictable, and should not be provoked for any reason!
The goverment wants you to believe they aren't real, but there are many who believe. The evidence is mounting!