Foxes are interesting creatures that are very social and capable of living rather flexible lives. In proof of their flexibility, foxes live all over the world. As omnivorous, foxes are capable of eating a wide variety of food, depending on what is available. Foxes eat small animals such as lizards, rats, rabbits, gophers and mice. They also eat birds, fruit, and bugs, and if they live near the ocean they enjoy some good fish and crabs as well.
Foxes live in large family packs, which usually include siblings, pups, mates, mothers and fathers. Some foxes only come out at night to hunt, but if they feel safe and secure with their environment they will also come out during the day to hunt.
Chukotka, located in the remote northeastern region of Russia, is inhospitable much of the year, with freezing cold temperatures and layers upon layers of snow. Despite the brutal nature of the region’s winter landscape, Ivan Kislov loves to travel through the area, taking photos of the foxes that are able to withstand the ice-cold temperatures.
Kislov lives in the city of Magaden, but he became familiar with Chukotka working as a mining engineer in the area. His shifts are long, but whenever he finds time for a break he enjoys going out and looking for foxes to photograph. He considers it a relaxing break from his work routine, and often goes on hikes to access places that seem inaccessible.
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