Stand by for your head melting off your shoulders in 5…4…3…2…
To be honest, I don’t know I’d want a raw carrot lying on the kitchen floor, either!
Revolutionary, lightweight and staggeringly small!
And because they resemble a fennec fox you wont look odd at all.
Via Pleated Jeans.
Except for that snow part.
Arctic Fox in Churchill, Canada. Photo by Jules Cox, via Daily Mail.
Animuhls (like kids) can do the darndest things. Sometimes, if you’re a great photographer (like these folks as seen on My Modern Met) you can get a terrific shot by just being in the right place at the right time. Talent and a great camera helps, of course!
These were a part of The Mammal Society’s Photographer of the Year competition earlier this year. (The 2014 competition is now open.) Individual photo creditos in the hovers.
First Place Winner: Jumping Rat
Second Place Winner: Licking Fox
3rd Place Winner: Wood Mouse with Blackberry
Gray Seals Laughing
Look at all these baby fox pics! Talk about your complete coverage. It’s like, something from those kinds of people…
A Mom and Dad fox are socially networking at Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, CA. Sender-inner Wendy M. says, “This is why I want to work for Facebook: Facebook overrun with baby foxes.” Photos: Robert Beiber, Claudia Ceia, Jon Park, Ryan Rosario, Roberto Grijalva, Tina Li, Renee Glenn.
Oh, you want this BALL to go in the HOLE? I don’t THINK so.
“I was moping here due to a rained out yard sale, and stumbled upon this anerable video of a fox stealing and then playing with a golf ball.” -Video by Petsami; from Cuteporter Sylvia.
Look at these great photos (#1-5) as seen on My Modern Met.com. (Others from NG site.) They’re all part of the 25th Annual National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest, going on now. Click the logo at left to enter (you’ll need to set up a National Geographic account, or log in with an account from Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft, etc.)
1. Photo and hover by Gary Migues/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
2. Photo and hover by Adam Lichtcsien/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
3. Photo and hover by Petra Bensted/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
4. Photo and hover by Richard Sidey/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
5. Photo and hover by Peter Stanley/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
6. Photo and hover by Mary Gretchen Kaplan/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
7. Photo and hover by Francisco Mingorance/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest.
“Crazy like a fox”
It means you are not crazy:
You are most clever.
“My sister and I met this cute little fox at Cape Tryon in Prince Edward Island. He was very curious and friendly and seemed very happy to pose for pictures.” -Anonymous.
Post title c/o Georg & Yortuk Festrunk.