White Rabbit: Jefferson Airplane

"White Rabbit" is a song written by Grace Slick, and recorded by the American psychedelic rock bandJefferson Airplane for their 1967 album, 

Surrealistic Pillow. It was released as a single and became the band's second top ten success, peaking at number eight[1] on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was ranked number 478 on Rolling Stones list of the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time,[2] Number 87 onRate Your Music's Top Singles of All Time,[3] and appears on The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll." - Wiki

What's the Difference between A Rabbit and a Hare?

"There are several differences in the physical features of hares and rabbits that allow us to distinguish between the two.

Hares are generally larger and faster than rabbits.

Hares have longer ears and larger feet than rabbits.

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Hares have black markings on their fur. 

Hares have very long and strong hind legs, more so than rabbits.

A young hare is called a leveret and a young rabbit is called a kitten, kit, or, least correct but very commonly, a bunny.

Rabbits are altricial i.e. their young are born blind and hairless. In contrast, hares are generally born with hair and are able to see (precocial). Young hares are therefore able to fend for themselves very quickly after birth.

Rabbit  taken in Montana

Rabbit kittens soon after birth.

Rabbits and hares both molt and then grow new hair. This happens in both spring and in fall. Rabbit's brown summer fur is replaced with fur that is more grey. Hares, especially those living in cold, snowy regions, turn white in the winter.

Both rabbits and hares have short tails." - Diffen