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Urban Foxes

You would expect a fox to steer clear of humans whenever possible, but here are six stories of foxes who are just fine moving into human territory, or even with humans themselves!

The closest most of us get to a fox is when we spot one under the garden shed or rummaging in our bins. Steve Edgington, however, has a daily brush with one – because it has moved into his home. The vixen, Miss Snooks, was taken into Mr Edgington’s pet shop as a ten-day-old cub after being found seemingly abandoned by her family six years ago. Since then, she has resisted all attempts to reintroduce her to the wild, returning through the catflap, and is instead content to live in Mr Edgington’s one-bedroom flat above the shop in Ditchling, East Sussex.


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December 8th, 2009

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