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Arkansas rabbit species include the cottontail and the swamp rabbit.

  • The more common cottontails are likely to be found along over-grown fence rows, within the edges of timbered areas or densely wooded thickets, and within brush piles.
  • The much larger-bodied swamp rabbit is also found in thicker cover but usually in association with low-lying areas such as beaver ponds or wetlands.
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