Roeselien Raimond is a Dutch nature and wildlife photographer who has a particular interest in foxes. She has been shooting photos of wild foxes for over 10 years, giving her an intimate knowledge of her subjects' various appearances and personalities.
"Don't you have enough fox pictures yet?" That's a question I get asked regularly. "Not by a long shot!" Those photos are just a great excuse to stalk these fantastic animals for over ten years. And no, I can't get enough.
When, during the sixties, Jane Goodall gave wild chimpanzees a name instead of a number, she put the science world upside down. Anonymous animals were no longer nothing more than a number. Using something as apparently simple as a name, she validated their individuality and uniqueness.