Tall tales about the Jackalope— an apparent cross between a jackrabbit and an antelope— come from the American West. Supposedly found in Montana, Colorado, Idaho, and Utah, the jackalope is supposedly most populous near Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Also, claiming the creature is Texas where especially large specimens, and even larger tales, might be expected.
Both males and females of the alleged species possess the antlers. Noting that the Jackalope is a product of folklore and "creative taxidermy," one source advises that, if the mythical creature cannot be located in the wild, preserved specimens (like the one shown here) can be purchased but "are usually fakes." (See W. Haden Blackman, The Field Guide to North American Monsters, 1998.)
This source also observes that the jackalope may be "attracted to the scent of alcohol," stating that "successful lures include mixtures of bourbon, baloney, and beer...."
Shown here is a mounted jackalope.