Svend Fleuron (1874-1966) was a Danish writer. In 1921 he retired from the military and earned a living as a writer. Several lecture tours took him through Denmark and Germany. He wrote especially about nature and animals. His works include: Grim: The Story of a Pike (1921), Ein Winter im Jagerhofe (1922), Kittens: A Family Chronicle (1922), Svanerne fra Hjortvad (1923), Af en Vikings Saga (1924), Den Jydske Kro (1933), The Wild Horses of Iceland (1933), Monarch of the Glen (1935), The Grey Hare (1939) and Tiro und Pitorra (1954).