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Arctic foxes in Canada photographed

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An Arctic fox emerges from the mist. Apart from its nose and eyes, it is barely visible against the snowy backdrop. The award-winning image was one of many captured by British photographer Anna Henly at the Seal River, in Manitoba, Canada.

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Cute animals.

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Amazingly beautiful , im in awe

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Amazingly beautiful ,

I agree. I like arctic foxes. I've seen one at a wildlife park in the summer when its coat still had a darker colour mixed in with it. Looking at them in the photographs all white and against the snow, they're just beautiful.

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Just....wow....

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I've never even seen a regular fox.

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That's an amazing pic. I didn't know we had those here.

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Just went through the whole gallery. #6 is my favourite. Apparently she went there to photograph polar bears and spent 10 days with the foxes instead.

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#1 is utterly amazing!

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Gorgeous creature! :wub:

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