Humans love keeping pets and we’re all the better because of it.
In some cases, you could say that there are people who don’t deserve to have pets and they are generally bad people.
Pets make our lives brighter because they exhibit behavior that we consider amusing, whether it’s imitating the sound of a siren or the way they beg for food. But if we thought that only domesticated animals can have fun or take advantage of human contraptions, then think again. One woman actually saw a wild fox having fun on their trampoline.
Watch the video of the fox on a trampoline below.
Video credit: Rumble
In the video, we can see the fox apparently discovering the wonders of the trampoline because it jumps and bounces, rests, then jumps and bounces all over again.
It appears to be having so much fun that it keeps repeating the process over and over.It certainly puts a spin on “The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog” because, for this one, you can add “on the trampoline. ”
It’s just one more meme-worthy sight to ones like an actual video of a fox jumping over a dog or the one where a fox’s face is plastered on the windowpane with the statement “Firefox encountered an unexpected problem with Windows.”
In the background, we can hear the family’s dog whimpering several times, probably aware that the fox is having fun on the trampoline the pooch wants to join in on the festivities.
Foxes have been characterized as some of the most adaptable animals in the world. While this refers to adapting to any place or condition and changes in its food sources, the video is further evidence that foxes can also adapt to having some fun!
They can reach bursts of speed up to 23 miles per hour and have an extraordinary sense of smell, meaning they can zero in on even the most well-hidden food. This is how they are able to survive during winter. They are accomplished diggers although this has some drawbacks as there have been cases when foxes have dug up the graves of pet animals.
Instead of barking as other canines do, they communicate through changes in body posture, tail movement, and facial expressions.
Because foxes are nocturnal, it’s easy for them to become roadkill as motorists speed through nighttime roads that are also located in the fox’s natural habitats. They do breed quickly which is why hunting is authorized in many cases although some habitats have experienced sharp declines in fox populations because of different diseases.
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