Found in the pheasant wood
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Do you have any photos of the the root patterns and skull size.
no sorry, not this one, it was in a fenced-off pheasant feeding area, couldn't reach it. I do have a complete one with all the teeth on my allotment though, (which I'll photo when it's completely clean). And a live 8 yr old, that feeds from the hand, and sits beside me as I dig
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Shame they shoot them,be nice to see the one once cleaned.The live one sounds great has it been hand reared or just street wise as I live in the countryside and they will keep as far away as possible
It's not been reared, just fed by allotment holders. It's a largeish site (wierdly, finding itself in the famous Yellow Book for open gardens), so it never has to leave and cross the roads, as most of its cubs have done, a few even making it to the other side.
You have to stop your car, get out, and shoo cubs off of the road around here. Many here on the estate, they play with my dog and even take the ball.. they're noticeably smaller/thinner than rural foxes, some are wispish and ghostly they're carrying so much mange..
I've agreed with fox but it is actually impossible to be sure it is not a long muzzled breed of dog, the two skulls are very similar. Interesting is is just the skull, I wonder where the rest is if found in a fenced off area. Perhaps it once sat as a 'trophy' on the fence?
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