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You should name it. As mentioned above it is a Red Fox/Vulpes vulpes. Identifing it will enter it in the database.
Yes Thank u :) I figured it out lol Newbie here :)
to add missions go to missions on the top of the webpage and choose "Global".Find ones you might want to use. To add them to the fox or other spottings, you select "edit this spotting". Scroll down til you see missions on the right side. You can choose up to 5 missions relating to the spottings.
This is BEAUTIFUL. :) very nicccce.
You may add that serie to the 2012 best wildlife photo. http://www.projectnoah.org/missions/8621... You do have a very good spotting!
The photo of the 3 together is actually 4 together...1 is hiding behind another and you can just see his ears behind the others ears....
Cute, adorable and very curious!
nice series, it reminds me on my red fox spotting. I would love to spot some more of these beautiful creatures.
Wow!!! best series..Jeanne.
The Island is crawling with them...Overpopulated. The Island was once a booming business with fox farms for the fur trade...They used to escape and now people there say when they started shutting down the businesses , not all were killed....some were let go
For the location it must be a V. vulpes.... but it also looks like a V. velox (swift fox)
Wow! they are so cute great series!
sorry...keyboard doesnt always keep up with me :)
I couldn't get all 7 together in 1 photo..Theey were running aronnd playing everywhere...A little 1 was running around with his mom on anothere area of the property...Brats and brave, they were...
Seven!! Cool!! I only got 3 of them ;-)...http://www.flickr.com/photos/dominikhofe...
Spotted on May 22, 2012 Submitted on Aug 10, 2012
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