A tale of 3 foxesWritten by Shumba in Bat-eared Fox Research Project (Kuruman River Reserve, Kalahari) on 21 November 2015 à 13:55
One night while looking for Escobar at Pharside, I witness a very interesting interaction between bat-eared fox and cape fox.
So this is Escobar, our habituated row in this part of the KRR.
And this is Ray, an habituated Cape fox who figured out that the crinkling noise meant food for him as well. So he comes to us for raisins.
But then Escobar wouldn't have him stealing raisins from him and repeatedly chased him away from me!
Later on, Emmental, another habituated fox in the area also joined us, only to be chased away by Escobar again..
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