The arctic hare are a little bit bigger than a rabbit. It is fast and can get up to 40 miles an hour. In the winter, the have a white coat that helps them a lot in the harsh North American tundra. It keeps them warms and helps me blend in with the snow. The arctic hare also has shortened ears and long back legs. To also keep warm the hare will dig tunnels in the snow. This mammal has two to eight babies a year in the spring. This hare has learn to survive to eat by eating woody plants, mosses, and lichens.