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LOOK AT THE 5-YARD VIEW!
This design is based on an old Finnish folk belief that the Northern Lights were caused by an arctic fox running across the snow, swishing its tail and flicking snow into the sky, causing the lights. They believed this because they had no idea what the lights were and it was the only way they could explain it.
The Finnish word for the Northern Lights, "revontulet" is literally translated as "fox fires."
The text at the bottom reads "Revot tanssivat revontulissa, kirkkaassa loistavassa valossa. Katso, mikä kaunis näky! Lumille revot juoksevat, hyppäävät, nauravat ja huvittelevat. Tanssitaan yhdessä Pohjolassa, unimaailmassa voimme hyppiä ja juosta."
In English "Foxes dance in the Northern Lights, in the bright, shining light. Look, what a beautiful vision! To the snow the foxes run, leaping, laughing and having fun. Lets dance together in Northland, in the dreamworld we can jump and run."