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Black-naped Hare

Indian hare
We saw Black-naped Hare many time but did not chance to photograph them. On that day while returning to our home, we saw Black-naped Hare on road. Black-naped Hare foraging. It did not notice us so get some image of it. Once it notice us it disappear like no where. 

Dharpur, Patan, Gujarat, India
2 October 2016

Nikon D500
Nikkor 200-500
f/8,1/1250 , iso -500

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