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Rescued fox talks and jumps for joy (VIDEO)

Zoesnow_thumb By MissT | December 01, 2013 | Comments (2)

Rescued fox Loki shows what a fox's vocalization sounds like and he jumps for joy while talking. Loki's rescuers write, "Loki is a very special red fox who came to Turtle Bay Exploration Park at 6 weeks old. He was found as an orphan and could not be released back into the wild. Being so young, he had to go home every night with the animal trainers. Since the "What Does the Fox Say" video came out, we decided it was an important educational message to let people know what their vocalizations really sound like. Working to put his "talking" on cue this video shows the first time we worked on it with him. He is quite the character and with 28 different vocalizations, he sure has a lot to say."

 

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What a fascinating and nimble animal. I've seen them many times in the wild without incident. I always thought of it as a treat to see either a coyote or a fox. I guess the reason he could not be reintroduced into the wild was because he was so young. It must be fascinating to work with them on a one to one basis to see their behavior first hand.
Ah hahaha! Sweetheart! What a lucky boy. Thank you for saving him.
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