Snowshoe hare are different from domesticated rabbit: the skin is thinner and the hair is wilder with longer guard hairs. These hare are in the winter phase and tend to be white, sometimes with traces of brown from their summer coat.
The Arctic snowshoe hare skins are uncased (i.e., open). These skins are approximately 14" to 16" long by 9" to 12" wide across the middle. They weigh around 90 grams.
||Arctic Snowshoe Hare Skin
Genus and species: Lepus timidus. Wild.
Hare are not endangered and are not subject to CITES.
Product of Russia, Tanned in China