I can't find any record of carvings of hares on the Cove stones at Avebury - anyone know different?
The opposite face of this stone is also interesting, and seems to carry the image of a Sheela na gig.
Diagonally oriented, head (missing) at the top right, vulva in the centre of the stone with squarish breasts to the above right
Appropriately, opposite this stone is one which seems to be a male figure.
Standing upright, arms by his sides, full height of stone, head missing, his left arm is the protruding section of the stone on the RHS.