Annamite Striped Rabbit

Annamite striped rabbits are nocturnal and rest during the day in burrows made by other animals.

Annamite striped rabbits appear to be strictly nocturnal and rest during the day in burrows made by other animals. Their short limbs and relatively weak claws make them poor runners and burrowers.

Camera-trap records from seven protected areas in the central Annamites (Bach Ma NP, the Hue and Quang Nam SNRs, Phong Dien NR, Khe Nuoc Trong proposed NR, Bac Huong Hoa NR, and Xe Sap NPA) were exclusively at night.


Image | © Shane S. (Yodeldog), All Rights Reserved
Sources | (Averianov, Abramov, & Tikhonov, 2000; Hoedl, 2012; Jin, Tomida, Wang, & Zhang, 2010; Tilker, et al., 2019)

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