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Father And Daughter Find Baby Foxes In Their Backyard

What would you do if you found a den of baby foxes in your backyard?

Philip Wang and his daughter Alice were recently faced with this question when they stumbled upon a leash of baby foxes in the backyard of their 7-acre Princeton, New Jersey, home. Their answer? Take pictures!

Foxes are found on every continent except Antarctica, and are considered pests by most. This is reflected in folk-stories across the globe, where foxes are usually depicted as tricksters. But did you know that the English expression sour grapes comes from a story about a fox in Aesop’s Fables?

It’s used when you criticize something you want because you can’t have it, like an expensive jacket.

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