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Hare hunting is the term for a form of hunting where the hunters go in line to hunt the hare. It can take place in plowed fields, stubble fields, grasslands and in meadows.
The hare that is found in the Faroe Islands today is the snow hare, Lepus timidus.
It was introduced as a hunting object to the Faroe Islands in 1855 and 1858 from the Norwegian territory Kragerø, which is located on the west side of Oslofjorden.
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