Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 100157 ) : Presentation of the Hare also said Mara Patagonian hare. (Dolichotis patagonum) is sometimes called pampas hare. It is a rodent, such as hares, like many rodents rats, mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, etc.. It is the family, however Caviidae (guinea pig) and not leporidae as hares, rabbits of our beautiful countryside ... According to the sources of IUCN, the hare would be a mara highly endangered species. (IUCN: International Union for Conservation of Nature) Some reported about its subject: 'The couple mara remains throughout his life. A partner watches, monitors around while the other is busy eating, for example. They have holes common to all their young. 'Photo hanmeil. According to notes from Dr Veterinarian Mrs. B. Mary Fresquet: "This hare, hare mara, can reach 8 to 12 kg and measuring up to 70 cm long. He lives in Argentina in the arid plains (pampas).