By KATE STANTON, UPI.com |
June 18, 2013 at 9:29 PM
June 18 (UPI) -- Two men walking along a dirt road in Russia spotted a wild fox walking with a jar on its head in a new video that's making the rounds on the blogosphere. Defying the notion that foxes are shy of humans, the animal walked right up to the men, presumably to ask for help.
After one man wrestled the jar off the fox's neck, it immediately ran back into the forest.
The Huffington Post managed to translate dialogue from one of the Russian men, who joked, "Where's my thank you," when the fox rushed away.
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