There are cat people, then there are dog people. While those two sides may never totally see eye-to-eye, there might just a little space for them to meet in the middle. One word: foxes. Thanks to a 1950s project by a Russian geneticist, one population of tame foxes exists. If you've ever wondered about owning a fox as a pet, listen up.
What The Fox Say?
Russian Experiments Make Pet Foxes
Key Facts In This Video
Foxes have flatter skulls and longer noses than coyotes, dogs, and wolves. 00:23
Russian scientists bred tame, dog-like foxes by selecting the ones that were less aggressive. 01:37
The fox is the most widely distributed carnivore. 02:11
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