(most common name)
• Carpathian Brown
also named (Russian):
• Buraya karpatskaya
(historical breed name):
• Ukrainian-Carpathian Brown (English)
The Kárpáti borzderes is an imported population found in northeastern Hungary which borders on the Trans-Carpathian Ukraine.
The Hungarian name ‘Kárpáti borzderes’ refers to the mixed coloration of their fur — which is similar to the fur of a badger.
(Hungarian) borz = badger
The Trans-Carpathian Ukraine is the southwest region of Ukraine and is bordered by northern Romania, northeastern Hungary, eastern Slovakia, and southeastern Poland.
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