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Mad as a March Hare

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It is said this idiom comes from the crazy behavior of hares during the March breeding season. With enough imagination, you'll note the puzzle is sort of an outline of a hare's head with long bunny ears!
See Also: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mad_as_a_March_hare

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