- Hare brood



Nombre y apellidos: Mariya Kuzmich
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País: Belarus

Título: Hare brood
Especie: Hare-rusak brood

Descripción: The hare-rusak (Latin:Lepus europaeus ) is a mammal of the herbaceous genus of the order here-like. The number of shares in the brood ranges from 1 to 9. The size of the brood is affected by many conditions. Winter, early spring and autumn broods are smaller than summer broods — they contain 1-2 hares. Before birth, the females make primitive nests out of grass, dig burrows, or, in hot climates, shallow burrows. Hares are born sighted and covered with hair, weighing 80-150 g. From the 5th day of life, hares begin to move near the place of birth; by 2 weeks they reach a weight of 300-400 g and already actively feed on grass, and after 3-4 weeks they become independent.

Categoría: Ilustración naturalista

Técnica: digital illustration, PROCREATE
Tamaño: A3 (42 x 29,7 cm)
Año: 2021


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