Friday, June 10, 2016

Scandinavian red fox

The Scandinavian red fox (Vulpes Vulpes Vulpes), also known as the Norwegian fox is the nominate subspecies of all the 45 red fox subspecies native to Scandinavia and the Northern and Middle (forest) districts of the European part of the Soviet Union, Southwards to forest-steppe and Eastwards approximately to the Urals, and probably Central and Western Europe. Doesn't it interest you that red foxes are found everywhere in Europe? Red foxes have been introduced to the English midlands, Australia, and Virginia.

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