The Stubble Stag

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A Brown Hare (Lepus europaeus) in a stubble field at Stiffkey, North Norfolk, England. The furrows, between the stubble, act as thoroughfares and provide a convenient route across the field. Sometimes, when seen at a distance, perspective can trick the eye into thinking they are deer. Hence the name Stubble Stag one of its many local nicknames.
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