• Fox Attack UK 15 February 2018 | View comments

  • A fox in Plymouth was recently reported to have attack a child in a 'baby walker'.

    Fox attacks are very rare - but not unheard of.

    Foxes are instinctive predators, unpredictable and have long, thin, sharp incisor teeth which are designed to rip flesh of the bone.

    The way this particular fox 'hangs around' and is not bothered about people tells me that it has received excessive human interaction from a young age and it is most likely that a neighbour has been deliberately feeding it; something that no one ever admits to doing.

    http://metro.co.uk/2018/02/15/killer-urban-fox-attacks-baby-bouncer-sneaking-family-home-7314171/
     

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