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The jackalope from the Pixar film Boundin
1970's female Jackalope. Art by Dustmeat.

A Jackalope is a mythical animal of North American folklore, described as a jackrabbit (hare) or rabbit with an antelope's horns or a deer's antlers, sometimes a pheasant's tail (and often hind legs). The Wolpertinger is a similar animal, except that it has wings and tail of a pheasant and canine teeth with the tail of a squirrel. Another similar animal is the Rasselbock, which has the antlers of a roe deer.

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