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Swept by icy winds from Siberia, Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island, remains wild and unspoiled. It's thick pine forests and pristine rivers provide an ideal habitat for a wide variety of living wonders. Silka deer, white-tailed sea eagles, red crowned cranes, and Pacific salmon are all treasured in a region that is closer in character to rural Europe than the Far East. Yet it is the common red fox that is celebrated in Japanese art and folklore as the symbol of success - a magical creature with mythic power. Cunning, persistence, adaptability - these are the traits the red fox family must rely on to meet the seasonal challenges of survival.
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