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Independent and Free Monospaced Family

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Foxes, particularly red foxes, have been inhabiting and breeding in human-populated areas since the twentieth century. They have adapted well to these environments, taking advantage of man-made features such as houses and gardens to create dens. For sustenance, they take advantage of food thrown away by humans. In some cases, human residents will feed foxes that frequent their local area.

In this sense, a benign relationship has been established in which foxes have become comfortable and amiable toward the humans who, while becoming their providers, do not much mind the presence of the foxes. However, for some, urban foxes have proven to be a nuisance due to their intrusion and destruction of private property. Urban fox control methods and laws vary regionally.

FEMALES ARE CALLED VIXENS

Red foxes typically dominate other fox species. Arctic foxes generally escape competition from red foxes by living farther north, where food is too scarce to support the larger-bodied red species. Although the red species’ northern limit is linked to the availability of food, the Arctic species’ southern range is limited by the presence of the former.

Red and Arctic foxes were both introduced to almost every island from the Aleutian Islands to the Alexander Archipelago during the 1830s–1930s by fur companies. The red foxes invariably displaced the Arctic foxes, with one male red fox having been reported to have killed off all resident Arctic foxes on a small island in 1866.

Fira Mono

Free Monospaced Family

Version: Mono 3.206 / Sans 4.301

Fira is licenced under OFL (Open Font Licence) scripts.sil.org/ofl

The story of Fira Sans began in 2012 in close cooperation with Erik Spiekermann. Fira is the little sister of “Meta” – Erik’s famous and well-known typeface family. Originally designed as a system typeface for the Mozilla OS, Fira has developed towards a large and standalone Open Font project. For more information, have a look at the Fira Site.

While the other project branches Fira Sans and FiraGO developed further, the extension of Fira Mono had no priority. We think this is a pity, so let’s get Fira Mono some attention. How about an Italic or global language support (FiraGO Mono)?

Drop us a Line if you or your company are interested in funding the project.

Last but not least, thank you to the whole community who helped improving Fira via Mail and GitHub. Keep it up!

Freie Monospaced Familie

Version: Mono 3.206 / Sans 4.301

Fira unterliegt der OFL (Open Font Licence) scripts.sil.org/ofl

Die Geschichte der Fira begann 2012 in enger Zusammenarbeit mit Erik Spiekermann. Fira ist die kleine Schwester der „Meta“ – Eriks berühmter und weltweit bekannter Schrift. Ursprünglich konzipiert als Systemschrift für das Firefox OS, ist Fira zu einem großen und eigenständigen Open Font Projekt gereift.

Während die anderen Projekt-Zweige Fira Sans und FiraGO weiterentwickelt wurden, lag auf dem Ausbau der Fira Mono keine Priorität. Wir finden das sehr schade, also würden wir Fira Mono gerne voranbringen. Wie wäre es z.B. mit einer Italic oder globalem Sprachausbau (FiraGO Mono)?

Schreiben Sie uns, wenn Sie oder Ihr Unternehmen das Projekt finanziell unterstützen möchten.

Nicht zuletzt: Danke an die gesamte Community, die per Mail und auf GitHub hilft, Fira immer wieder ein Stückchen besser zu machen. Weiter so!

2012 – today by Team @ Carrois’

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