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51,162.  Foxes bury their surplus food.  (Animals & Mammals & Fox)  David Attenborough, The Life of Mammals VI: Opportunists

 

 

52,171.  Foxes prey on newborn seals.  (Animals & Mammals & Fox)  David Attenborough, The Life of Mammals VII: Return to the Water

 

 

53,525.  At every generation the selection process was repeated with only the tamest foxes being allowed to breed.  Within just three generations the aggressive behaviour began to disappear.  Half a century on the fiftieth generation of foxes are tamer than ever.  It’s an accelerated model of how dogs might have been domesticated from wolves ... But it’s not just the fox’s behaviour that’s changed.  Just a few generations into the experiment scientists began to notice a curious phenomenon: the normal pattern and silver colour of the coats changed dramatically.  (Dog & Fox & Evolution)  Horizon: The Secret Life of a Dog 2010

 

 

73,544.  The fearless fox that scaled Britain’s tallest building is not alone in his daredevil antics.  Daily Mirror article February 2011

 

 

73,545.  The fox barks not when he would steal the lamb.  William Shakespeare, The First Part of the Contention 2 Henry VI III i 55, Suffolk

 

 

73,546.  I am sometimes a fox and sometimes a lion.  The whole secret of government lies in knowing when to be the one or the other.  Napoleon Bonaparte

 

 

73,547.  The fox provides for himself, but God provides for the lion.  William Blake

 

 

73,548.  Many foxes grow gray but few grow good.  Benjamin Franklin

 

 

73,549.  Old foxes want no tutors.  Thomas Fuller

 

 

73,539.  The English country gentleman galloping after a fox – the unspeakable in full pursuit of the uneatable.  Oscar Wilde, A Woman of No Importance

 

 

73,540.  Feelings are running high.  People are starting to realise a ban might happen and people might get assassinated.  Otis Ferry, joint master of the Shropshire Hunt, The Observer 7th November 2004

 

 

73,541.  Fucking piss off!  Prince William, Duke of Beaufort Hunt to photographer before riding at him, January 2002

 

 

73,542.  If Tony Blair wants war, he can have war.  Iraq obviously wasn’t enough for him.  Janet George, Countryside Action Network, BBC News 18th November 2004

 

 

73,543.  The Blair government – it could conduct an unprovoked illegal invasion and destruction of another country as it did in Iraq but it would throw these sops, these distractions, such as a ban on fox hunting which got a great deal of publicity ... 

 

Certainly I don’t want foxes killed.  I don’t.  I don’t like any animals being killed.  I don’t want anyone being killed.  But these and other issues are distractions.  John Pilger, In Conversation

 

 

73,550.  Let’s be perfectly clear, shall we.  The fox is not a little orange puppy dog with doe eyes and a waggly tail.  It's a disease-ridden wolf with the morals of a psychopath and the teeth of a great white shark.  Jeremy Clarkson, The World According to Clarkson

 

 

76,701.  Detested sport,

That owes its pleasure to another’s pain.  (Hunting & Foxes & Sport)  William Cowper 1731-1800, The Task 1785

 

 

95,815.  Wild foxes are tricky to handle, and Belyaev set out deliberately to breed for tameness ... After a mere six generations of this selective breeding for tameness, the foxes had changed so much that the experimenters felt obliged to name a new category ... Such results are perhaps not too surprising, except for the astonishing magnitude and speed of the effect.  Thirty-five generations would pass unnoticed on the geological timescale ... The tame foxes not only behaved like domestic dogs, they looked like them.  They lost their foxy pelage and became piebald black and white, like Welsh collies.  Their foxy prick ears were replaced by doggy floppy ears ... These dog-like features were side-effects.  Belyaev and his team did not not deliberately breed for them, only for tameness.  (Evolution & Fox & Dog)  Richard Dawkins, The Greatest Show on Earth pp75-76

 

 

107,384.  Hackney rozzer:  I once saw a fox run across the road with a whole KFC bucket in its mouth.  (Police & Fox)  The Met: Policing London s2e3  

 

 

114,880.  The arctic fox: Iceland’s first land mammal in its many colour variations … Its biggest challenge on Iceland is finding food.  (Iceland Fox)  Natural World s35e4: Iceland: Land of Ice & Fire, BBC 2015