Common Hamster - Cricetus cricetus
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|The Common Hamster (Cricetus cricetus) is widely distributed from Belgium through Central Europe, Western Siberia and Northern Kazakhstan to the upper Jenissei river, Altai region and Northwest China. This species is the biggest of the hamster family. It is under high protection in Central Europe because of declining and regional extinction. The reasons are overhunting, modern agriculture and traffic.|
Copyright by Klaus Rudloff, Berlin
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- [2012-01-04 5:49]
that's a great portrait of a cute animal, compo and low pov just perfect
nice capture in a perfect timing. good sharpness and colour.
- [2012-01-04 6:28]
Splendid image, Klaus!
Great timing and excellent sharpness; beautiful light and natural colours; fantastic eye contact. Very well done!
really sweet photo. Perfect portrait taken from a very good point of view. Nice colours and composition.
Thanks for sharing,
Excellent photo, good eye contact and nice setting. Good detail and colours.
A lovely photo.
nice one, it looks likes artemisia plants, TFS Ori