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Outfoxing the urban fox

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There are many people who dislike urban foxes. They have been blamed for biting babies and killing penguins at London Zoo, but others feed them and treat them like pets.

Foxes first colonised UK towns and cities in the 1940s and an estimated 33,000 now live in them, according to research by Bristol University. There are thought to be 16 per square mile in London alone.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...gazine-24563919

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I would love to go to London.

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I would love to go to London.

They'll have you cleaning chimneys!

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I would love to go to London.

Go soon...there's only two Cockneys left... :rolleyes:

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I would love to go to London.

you dont have to go to London just to see Foxes lol

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I have fox is my neighbor I guess they got pushed out of the park after Sandy the hurricane and we have huge woods also near the rail road they live in there.i saw one the other night at three am in the moring eating food that was left for the out side birds

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Go soon...there's only two Cockneys left... :rolleyes:

Nah they're all on holiday at Sarfend

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