Compared with the regular
domesticated rabbits we offer from Spain, hares (wild rabbits) have thinner skins
with fairly consistent coloring and long guard hairs. They tend to
be the size of an average rabbit. The skins are also referred to as
Brown Hare. They vary in thickness and are not
recommended for making rugs and blankets as the skin is thin and
The hare skins with heads that we currently have
in stock are not top quality. The skins are fine, but the
heads did not come out as nicely as we had hoped. They look like rabbits with
shrunken heads (see picture above). Click
HERE for another picture of one with an especially small head.
These are a novelty item that we cannot replace.
Hare Skin with Low Quality Head
Genus and species: Lepus capensis. Wild.
Hare are not an endangered species and are not
subject to CITES controls.
A U.S. Fish & Wildlife export
permit is required for all shipments outside of the United States.
Product of China