Writer and illustrator: Isabel Dedoscruzados
Chilote foxes, all relatives of Ñuru, live mainly on the large island of Chiloé and the Nahuelbuta National Park, in temperate rain forests.
Charles Darwin met him in 1835 south of Quellon, on San Pedro Island, which is why he is also known as Darwin's Fox. In Mapudungun it is called payne nguru or blue fox.
If we take care of the native forests, we take care of Ñuru and his family.
oardbook, 12,5 x 12,5 cms., cardboard and rounded covers, 14 pages.Hello! My name is Ñuru and I am a chilote fox.
I invite you to learn about my adventures.
Even though it's raining a lot in Manao...
I always want to play! -Ñuru thinks.