Statistics: Adult male, *6' 5", 240 pounds
Breeding: A mutation of the eastern cottontail rabbit resulting from the combination of the Mount St. Helens eruption and the Chernobyl catastrophe. Found in large numbers in a rather confined area centered in Delaware, Ohio.
Characteristics: Aggressive, unpredictable behavior and exhibiting superior intelligence. Unlike his cousin the eastern cottontail, this creature is a meateater. They are very rarely seen, however, at the end of each month they are often heard as they gather in large numbers and go into a gruesome feeding frenzy.
*Considered rather small for this species. Average size of males stand 6' 8" tall and weigh 280 to 300 pounds.