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Conclusive proof, as if it was needed, that exposure to radiation makes animals super intelligent.
Foxes get a bad rep.
Also, he's clearly not making a sandwich is he, he's just trying to pick it all up in one go to try and store it somewhere. Bit of a Buzzfeed-y title from the BBC there.
or starts frying an egg, that's not a bacon sandwich.
saw a video of someone the other week on youtube who keeps a fox as an outdoors pet. over a million views. thousands of people in the comments miffed cause they're a 'furry' and were making 'sex-like grunts and moans' when they were petting it.
foxes seem good though. my dog is definitely better, though.
Always puts food out for it in the back garden and it hangs around/comes right up to the window, isn't scared at all. Don't think anyone's ever tried to pet it though.
awww. used to be one that would pass through my grandma's garden, looking for scraps.
found that video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_AtP7au_Q9w
we had a ferret in the garden that kept trying to get into the house. definitely a pet that had escaped because a few times it went right up close to my mam and wanted petting and food etc. :(
there was a staffie (collarless, not sure if it was a stray or not) that always used to get into peoples houses 'round here via slightly ajar doors.
I was helping her compile all their 'research' last night, they'd put 'Foxes even eat jam sandwiches!' about fifteen times. This will blow their minds.
Should team up with the dog driving tractor (if indeed that was real?) and run a farm.
get that seagull that nicks packets of crisps involved
Makes me laugh every time, just adorable.
its a fox cramming food into its mouth in a way that isn't even a sandwich
alright oxbridge, not all of us eat a sandwich with a knife and fork