Rabbit, Brown Mix, Bunny, Hares and jackrabbits are very fast-moving. They live by themselves or in pairs, though a group of hares is known as a "drove". Their bodies are capable of absorbing the g-force produced while running at extreme speeds or while escaping predators. A common type of hare in Arctic North America is the Snowshoe Hare, replaced further south by the Black-Tailed Jackrabbit, White-Tailed Jackrabbit, and other species.“Is it Real, Or Is It Hansa?”
Hansa’s “portraits in Nature” is a hand crafted collection of realistic plush animals. Artists working in a socially and environmentally responsible studio create each Hansa animal from portraits of the creature in its natural habitat. The “coat” of each character is meticulously cut by hand, never stamped out by a machine. They are sewn, sculpted by hand, and their “fur” is then trimmed into shape. Fabric for the spotted and stripped animals is custom designed and manufactured in small lots to Hansa’s exacting specifications. A teaching tag is included with each animal, listing important facts about their natural habitat, eating habits, and more.
Gentle paws, swishing tails, and soulful eyes and faces are lovingly detailed to give each character the life-like look that is unmistakably Hansa, which is why..."Hansa animals touch your heart!"