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originally posted by: 8675309jenny
Very interesting info on Foxes, fascinating stuff.
I am pretty sure I have more rods than the average human actually. I am blue-eyed, color-blind, and MUST wear sunglasses in the sun (it's actually painful without). But I have incredible night-vision. Like I can spot something moving in total darkness instantly, and my depth perception is way better at night.
originally posted by: fakedirt
a reply to: VoidHawk
a splendid thread voidhawk. I occasionally venture to an isolated plateau in the lake district to watch the roe deer and foxes. tis a great experience watching the cubs messing around and leaping about. a protected area it is so no danger of these families being shot thankfully.
best wishes fakedirt
originally posted by: purplfox
Have you guys ever thought that maybe foxes steal because were greedy #ers as a species? theyre basically the robin hoods of the animal kingdom
originally posted by: Ultralight
a reply to: Night Star
As are baby lambs, minutes old...just learning to walk on those wobbly legs. Then, in the dark of night, come the predator fox. Hopefully the ewes are quicker.
If you have every witnessed their carnage, you would think less of how beautiful they are. Chickens don't stand a chance.