A two-week-old orphaned fox cub enjoys a feeding at a Spanish animal hospital


17th March 2017

17 MARCH: MAJADAHONDA, SPAIN – Coordinator of small orphans Isabel Moreno feeds a two weeks old orphaned fox cub at the Small Orphans Department in GREFA hospital. The GREFA (Group of Rehabilitation of the Native Fauna and its Habitat) started in 1981, and has since treated over 40,000 animals – 5600 just last year. It is believed to be the largest group of its kind in Europe, treating endangered species like black vultures and golden eagles, reptiles and other native species. Their aim is to release them back into their habitats, but when this is not possible the patients may be sent to fauna reserves or zoos
(Photo by Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images)

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banjoblaze · 4 years ago

I didn't know fox cubs were brown. It is so cute!