Moment of Impact
Photos: Inside the Moment: Jackrabbit

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Jackrabbits’ skulls are built on a shock-absorbing joint, which helps stabilize their vision during the extreme ups and downs of a chase.
Jackrabbits are exceptional at making very tight turns and are able to stop short very easily, as well.
Jackrabbits have powerful hind legs, which propel them along at more than 40 miles per hour.

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