Giant Foxes Stalking England

Cat-snacking vixen prowling nabes
By Mary Papenfuss,  Newser Staff
Posted Jan 3, 2011 2:43 AM CST
Giant Foxes Stalking England
Foxes are getting big on garbage and pets, say experts.   (Wikipedia)

Maybe it's revenge for fox hunting. Nervous Brits are reporting neighborhood stalkings by new "giant" foxes, apparently growing fat on easy pickings like garbage and pets. A 27-pound, 4-foot-long fox was recently killed in one town after killing a cat. Some 34,000 urban foxes live in Britain, reports the Telegraph. Twin babies were recently attacked by a pair of foxes in their East London beds. But animal rights advocates say foxes usually live on insects and small mammals, and pose no real threat to humans.
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