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This adorable animal looks just like a Rabbit-Deer hybrid

Meet the Patagonian Mara. You can find these small rodents grazing the plains of South Argentina. While their limbs are perfect for running, their hoof-like claws are great for digging up burrows They can weigh up to 18 lbs. These small creatures live anywhere from deserts to grassy environments It is rare to see in the animal kingdom, but they're one of the few mammals that are strictly monogamous.
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