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Stadtfüchse: Ein Wildtier erobert den Siedlungsraum

By: Sandra Gloor, Fabio Bontadina and Daniel Hegglin
189 pages, 143 colour photos, 20 diagrams
Stadtfüchse: Ein Wildtier erobert den Siedlungsraum
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Language: German

How do wild foxes survive in a large city? This book presents the results of a ten-year research project in the city of Zurich.

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By: Sandra Gloor, Fabio Bontadina and Daniel Hegglin
189 pages, 143 colour photos, 20 diagrams
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