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Your pictures: Animals in the snow

Snow dog

Readers have been sending in their pictures of animals in the snow. Angus Stewart was out on Clapham Common in London when he found these black and white dogs revelling in the snow.

Highland cattle in Woking

Highland cattle in Woking seem unperturbed by the snow. "It was home from home for them," according to David Askew.

Squirrel in the snow - from Paul Smith

Paul Smith found "cheeky the squirrel" behind his flat in central London nibbling on a nut.

Fox in the snow- North London

Jon Lightman in North London found this fox gazing up at him when he woke this morning.

Susie Davies' dog on Clapham Common

Derek (pictured) was covered in clumps of snow by the end of his outing on Clapham Common, says owner Susie Davies who sent in this picture.

Dog Bertie with a sledge - Cambridge

With travel disruptions, Bertie has another idea for ferrying Mark Underwood's family around.

horses in the snow in Middlesex

Sandra Demetrius sent in this picture of horses at rest on Park Farm in Enfield, Middlesex.

Snow dog in Kent

An entirely new breed, a snow dog, is created in Kent by Oscar and Freya, says Jules Quested-Williams, who sent in this image. Send your pictures to yourpics@bbc.co.uk. Terms and conditions on the right.



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