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The Jackalope is probably the rarest animal in North America and is seldom seen by day. Breeding only occurs during winter electrical storms. Jackalopes enter their den by backing in, keeping watch for predators. It is known to have a pleasing voice, and often accompanies cowboys singing to their cattle at night, usually assuming the bass part. The animal is normally peaceful, but coyotes and wolverines avoid the Jackalope with a healthy respect for the knife-like antlers. Credit is given to Wiolly Bird.