Subject: is there a case for a separate subspecies of urban vulpes vulpes?
Date: Fri Jan 5 05:17:32 2001
Posted by lucy
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for mr. tim susman, who i saw did a research project in urban foxes. I am
mainly concerned with the foxes found in the UK, as i have no knowledge of
any other. I was just wondering if there were enough environmental
differences to enforce a change into a separate urban subspecies.....if
you know what i mean. Thanks, Lucy Moss
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