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This is literally the cutest fox ever!

* * Through three trees three free fleas flew, While these fleas flew, freezy breeze blew. Freezy breeze made these three trees freeze. That's what made the three free fleas sneeze.

Mutter kuschelt mit ihrem Baby.....süüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüüß

Mother fox with her baby ~ I just saw a beautiful baby fox this morning while I was out walking - beautiful creatures

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Make one special photo charms for your pets, compatible with your Pandora bracelets. Doesn't this make you want a pet fox?

The red fox lives along side wolves, coyotes and all the other animals.  Serving as a balance in nature to culling out the weak or sick or just larger numbers of all sorts of animals.

And the proud owner of the red dot is...

The red fox lives along side wolves, coyotes and all the other animals. Serving as a balance in nature to culling out the weak or sick or just larger numbers of all sorts of animals. the last british real wildlife sad!

Der Fuchs hat -außer dem Menschen- in unseren Breitengraden keine nennenswerten (Freß)feinde. Steinadler, Seeadler und Wölfe können Füchse schlagen. Auch bei Luchsen und Uhus stehen Füchse auf dem Speiseplan.

The older fox looks just like the younger fox, the older fox sees it's younger playful self and the younger fox sees it's older strong warrior self.

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a lesson in facial expressions with juniper the fox

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Fennec fox

The fennec fox or fennec (Vulpes zerda) is a small nocturnal fox found in the Sahara of North Africa.

Red Fox - Photographer unknown

Foxes' eyes look more feline than canine. Technically, they are canids, not canines. They are also built more like a cat and share several behavorial traits that are more feline than canine.

"The fox spirit is an especially prolific shapeshifter, known variously as thehúli jīng (fox spirit) in China, the kitsune (fox) in Japan, and the kumiho (nine-tailed fox) in Korea. Although the specifics of the tales vary, these fox spirits can usually shapeshift, often taking the form of beautiful young women who attempt to seduce men.

"The fox spirit is an especially prolific shapeshifter, known variously as thehúli jīng (fox spirit) in China, the kitsune (fox) in Japan, and the kumiho (nine-tailed fox) in Korea.

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