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Text: Ukaliq the Arctic Hare.
Illustration of an Arctic hare paw print.
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Text: About the Arctic Hare. Photo: An Arctic hare.Text: Heritage, History and Art. Photo: A carving in walrus ivory of an Arctic hare.Text: Studying the Arctic Hare. Photo: David Gray looking through a spotting scope.Text: Games and Activities. Photo: An Arctic hare in mid-hop.
Image 1) Text: 'Ukaliq' in Inuktitut syllabics. Photo of a maple leaf. Detail of a map of Canada.
Image 2) Photo of an Arctic hare.Text: Teachers! Find educational resources.
Image 3) Two Arctic hares. Detail of a map of Canada.
Text: Discover... biological, cultural and scientific information about the Arctic hare.
Detail of Arctic hares.
Image 4) An Arctic hare. Detail of a map of Canada. Image 5) Game: Arctic Hare Cam. Text: Caught in the act... Arctic Hare Cam. Photo: Two Arctic hares.
Rocks and detail of Arctic hares. A rock and detail of Arctic hares.

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The Arctic hare is known in Canada by several names, including 'rabbit', 'hare' and 'ukaliq'. A hare is not, however, a rabbit.


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Image credits: 1) Alex Kirichenko. 2) David R. Gray. 3) Heather Hamilton. 4) David A. Gill. 5) David R. Gray.