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Occipitofrontal Muscle: The occipitofrontal muscle is a type of skeletal muscle and is involved in raising the eyebrows. It is located on the forehead area of the face and is attached in multiple places, including the occipital bone of the forehead and to the skin of the nose and eyebrow. The facial nerve stimulates the occipitofrontal muscle to contract, which moves the scalp and pulls up the eyebrows.
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