Why aren't rabbits green?

Max ben-Aaron xeno357 at ix.netcom.com
Wed Oct 16 22:03:11 EST 1996

In <5417h1$32ag at uvaix3e1.comp.UVic.CA> mholmes at uvaix.uvic.ca (Martin
Holmes) writes: 
>Here's a question this group may be able to answer:
>Given the fact that rabbits are rather defenceless prey animals that
>spend almost all of their life outside the warren eating against a
>green background, why haven't they evolved to be green? And why has no
>other similar mammal evolved green skin or fur, while many insects
>Does anyone have any suggestions?
High their:

The sloth?

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