Did you know that foxes could be trained too and even potentially become pets? Irina Mukhametshina, 22, from Novosibirsk, Russia, is just someone who trains foxes. Her animals belong to the Novosibirsk Institute of Cytology and Genetics which is studying the process of
domestication of wild animals and trying to create a special "social" type of foxes, which need to communicate with humans. Irina tells it's quite curious to work with the foxes: they wag their tails and ask for your attention just like dogs.
When you travel to abandoned and acting institutes, plants, shelters, much depends on luck. Sometimes such visits end in loss only: penalties and waste of time. Sometimes you expect to see cool scientific objects but
see only boring offices, and instead of huge interesting plants you come to waste grounds. But sometimes such trips are quite successful. This trip to one scientific research institute was quite a luck.