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Stone carving of a transformation figure that is part rabbit, part man. The stone is a marbled green colour with some brown hues. The figure is carved holding a full bag or basket with a real sinew handle tied in small holes at each side and passing through a hole bored through the figure's left hand. His right hand is under the bag, his ears are long and almost flat against his head and right shoulder, as he looks upward with a wide-open mouth. The figure is upright, but partially squatting, with his left leg bent below him and the right leg bent out behind him. He has a round rabbit tale.

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