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There aren’t many people in Chukotka in the Russian Far East, just 50,000 or in an area 737,700 square kilometers, but there are plenty of foxes, and that’s a good thing, because it gives mining engineer and photographer Ivan Kislov something to do when he’s not working. Kislov shoots all the wildlife he can see, from wolverines to bears, but has a special affinity for foxes.

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See more at ivankislov.ru.


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