This video is about four red fox cubs, still living in and near their den in Oostvaardersplassen nature reserve in the Netherlands.
The video is by Walter Debloudts.
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I guess the video is from earlier this this year, June or July?
Yes, I think the video was made earlier this year, and uploaded to YouTube recently.
Foxes are a terrible introduced pest in Australia, so it seems a bit wrong to appreciate how lovely they are!
Hi, the young foxes in this video are in their natural habitat in Europe. Where, unlike in Australia, they were not introduced by humans.
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Thanks for reblogging, Nancy!
My pleasure! They are so cute 😉
Yes, they are 🙂
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