Having a hare: Animal box in snowy Norwegian forest

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Having a hare: Animal box in snowy Norwegian forest

  • Hares beat each other in the woods in Norway in search of potential mates, swinging punches and drop kicks
  • A collection of images, taken in the forest of Vauldalen, shows the hares in action competing for a female
  • A sweet moment shows another hare looking worried as they watch a fight take place in front of them

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A group of mountain hares were caught in action when they appeared to be huddling together during a snowy night in a Norwegian forest.

The impressive collection of images, which have a winter backdrop of the forest of Vauldalen, Norway, show the animals showing their best fighting moves.

Male hares are often seen battling it out for potential mates, growing up on their hind legs and bouncing their front paws.

One photo shows a hare leaping through the air, with all its feet off the ground, on its way to its opponent.

Another beautiful moment showed a hare who seemed to be watching the fight, concerned for those involved.

In the impressive collection of images, a hare looking at the fight in front of them seems worried while two hares battle it out.

One of the frames in the impressive collection features a fourth hare getting involved in the action, while two appear to be fighting.

One of the frames in the impressive collection features a fourth hare getting involved in the action, while two appear to be fighting.

Snow on the ground is thrown into the air, creating an incredible snapshot as the two hares continue to fight each other, swiping as the other jumps through the air

Snow on the ground is thrown into the air, creating an incredible snapshot as the two hares continue to fight each other, swiping as the other jumps through the air

The mountain hares were depicted fighting over potential mates, including what appears to be a drop kick, in the forest of Vauldalen, Norway.

The mountain hares were depicted fighting over potential mates, including what appears to be a drop kick, in the forest of Vauldalen, Norway.

A mountain hare seemed to have boneed his opponent on the head as his ears drop and eyes close as the snow swirls around them

A mountain hare seemed to have bone his opponent on the head as his ears drop and eyes close as the snow swirls around them

The hares jump at each other during fights, swing their arms and hit each other, and also launch themselves on their opponents

The hares jump at each other during fights, swing their arms and hit each other, and also launch themselves on their opponents

Male hares are often seen battling it out for potential mates, growing up on their hind legs and bouncing their front legs waving

Male hares are often seen battling it out for potential mates, growing up on their hind legs and bouncing their front legs waving

At some points, the hares were seen jumping completely off the ground while trying to be the winner of the snowy battle

At some points, the hares were seen jumping completely off the ground as they attempted to be the winner of the snowy battle

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