How about this. Did it look like this. Poor thing
The Mid Western Jackelope (Lepus-temperamentalus) was first seen by George McLean in 1829. Jackelopes are one of the rarest animals in North America. A cross between a now extinct pygmy deer and a rabbit, it is an extremely shy and wild animal.
Jackelopes were known by the ancients as "deer bunnies". The name of Jackelope was not adopted until the 1960's. No Jackelope has ever been captured alive. The truth is that, when approached, these creatures can be aggressive and unpredictable. Rare photos have been taken of them at their feeding grounds in the high country where the jackelope roam.
One strange characteristic of this animal is that it has the ability to imitate the human voice. Cowboys singing to their herds at night on the prairie were sometimes startled to hear their songs being repeated. The eery echo was coming from a herd of jackelope on a hillside nearby. Jackelope sing only on dark nights before a thunderstorm. It is written that you can extract milk from the Jackelope as it sleeps belly up at night. The milk is believed to be medicinal and can be used for a variety of afflictions.