Sunday, June 26, 2016

Fennoscandian arctic foxes

The Fennoscandian arctic fox is a critically endangered arctic fox subspecies native to the Fennoscandian area including Norway. There are only 120 individuals left in Scandinavia and hunting is now illegal in some places in Scandinavia. It has been on Norway's endangered species list for nearly 16 years. The Norwegian name for fox is rev. Reserves in Scandinavia have been built.

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