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In many cultures, the volpe appears as the cunning trickster, sometimes working for it's own selfish goals and sometimes helping others.

In Japanese folklore, kitsune (fox spirit) is an intelligent being with magical powers, such as long life, wisdom and ability to aquire human form. Kitsune are associated with with Inari, the Shinto deity of riso and fertility. White foxes are supposed to be Inari's messengers and good da nature. Some other foxes from stories tend to be mischievous o even evil and possess people (especially young women). Kitsune grows tails as it ages and gains wisdom and with...
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