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    Fox ( RBs - Animal )
    by Martin Wallen



    Pages: 209
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    Edition: 1st., 2006
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-1861892973

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    The fox seems to be as open for study as any animal, but it is notorious for turning up where it had not been expected – or where it should not be – and for changing its defining qualities to adapt and take advantage of different situations. As common as the fox is throughout the world, it has mostly eluded scientific certainty, and the efforts of naturalists to rein in this ubiquitous yet elusive creature reveal the biases governing their attempts to define nature itself, which is equally elusive.


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