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Troop of baby foxes found in Princeton backyard

Philip Wang stumbled across a troop of baby foxes in the backyard of his 7-acre Princeton, New Jersey, home. He and his daughter, Alice, photographed the little troop as they waited for their mother to bring back dinner.

"I see red foxes a few times a year, so I know we have foxes around," Philip said, "but last week I heard like a soft 'meowing' like a cat near a shed. And then I saw that they were very young foxes and started taking their pictures everyday. And they are very, very cute."

Foxes are found on every continent except Antarctica, and are considered pests by most. This is reflected in folk-stories across the globe, where foxes are usually depicted as tricksters. But did you know that the English expression sour grapes comes from a story about a fox in Aesop’s Fables? It’s used when you criticize something you want because you can’t have it, like an expensive jacket.
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Responses to "Father And Daughter Find Baby Foxes In Their Backyard (16 images)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Too adorable, thanks for sharing.

  2. roofdog13 says:

    great pictures...never seen them that small,thanks

  3. Beautiful babies...I hope theylive long lives!

  4. Fancy23 says:

    I have adult ones. Beautiful

  5. Landed in an earth Angels garden I think :)

  6. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for sharing your photos and letting them live their life on your property.

  7. I wonder where their mum is?

  8. GOD Bless them always and provide all their needs!! <3 <3 <3 <3

  9. OH! MY! Goodness!!!!!!! Is there anything more adorable?????????

  10. Unknown says:

    Nicely captured...just too freaking adorable. Thanks for sharing!

  11. Anonymous says:

    THANK YOU FOR LOVING THOSE INNOCENT BABIES AND THE THAT ADORABLE FOX FAMILY

  12. Morgana says:

    So sweet and defendless, please take a very good care of them. Thank you.

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