This skull and jaws are shown on a photo
of the head of a hare in order to give you an idea of their
position in the head. The bones came from an Arctic hare
(Lepus arcticus) that was caught
in a fox trap in 1949 at Mould Bay, Prince Patrick Island,
Northwest Territories. This specimen, CMNMA20139, is now
in the Mammalogy Collection of the Canadian Museum of Nature.
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