Annamite Striped Rabbit

Annamite Striped Rabbit

Along with the Sumatran striped rabbit, the Annamite striped rabbit is the most elusive lagomorph known to science and no studies have focused on its ecology, range, or population status.

Along with the Sumatran striped rabbit (Nesolagus netscheri), the Annamite striped rabbit is the most elusive lagomorph known to science.

To date, no scientific studies have focused on the ecology, range, or population status of the Annamite striped rabbit. Nonetheless, some general natural history traits can be surmised from camera-trap records and villager information.

As such, little is known about the home range of Annamite striped rabbits and how they communicate and perceive the world.


Image | ©️ Bongopete, (CC BY-SA 4.0)
Sources | (Hoedl, 2012; Tilker, 2013c; Tilker, et al., 2019; The Wikimedia Foundation, 2021b)

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