BIG AND WILD

 
 
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RED FOX Size: 3888 x 2592 pixels (33x22cm) Resolution: 300dpi Image ref: 6Q9G9244 MT

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Endangered species

NORWAY'S WOLVES

There are an estimated 68 wolves left in the wilderness areas of Norway, according to The Guardian, and in September 2016 the Norwegian government approved a cull of 47 of them.

 

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Fantastic Mr Fox

Foxes don't waste food or kill for fun (unlike their human 'friends'),

what they don't eat, they store away, to be eaten later.

They also have strong family ties, their youngsters often staying with

their parents for a few years.

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