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The New Type of Domestic Fox (9 pics)

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1 The New Type of Domestic Fox (9 pics)


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№1 Author: eMMede (6 Apr 2011 02:21) Total user comments: 291


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beauty 01 03
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№2 Author: capt.huffnpuff (6 Apr 2011 02:36) Total user comments: 2801


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Why not leave them alone and save their habitat? Why do we need more exotic pets? Should we do something just because we can? 13
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№3 Author: fabriciobananon (6 Apr 2011 02:39) Total user comments: 22


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№4 Author: velio70 (6 Apr 2011 03:49) Total user comments: 1654


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there isn't enough dogs and cats that need a home?
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№5 Author: itzdatazn (6 Apr 2011 04:13) Total user comments: 69


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this is brilliant! i never new this before but i always wanted a pet fox!!
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№6 Author: raymond.wendt (6 Apr 2011 04:53) Total user comments: 9115


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wow, more playing with genes and more animals to be left at the pound.
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№7 Author: Nyetwerke (6 Apr 2011 05:03) Total user comments: 95


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I guess they could fund the genetic research with proceeds from the pet trade. Sounds good to me. It was initially research into genetic traits of domestication (the whole nature versus nurture question) by a Russian named Dmitry Konstantinovich Belyaev. With foxes and with wolves it turns out to be genetic. The coding for domestication also creates much more dog-like traits. The experiments went further to implant a domesticated fox with an aggressive embryo. The result was an aggressive fox even though the mother was domesticated.
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№8 Author: nuts2u (6 Apr 2011 06:11) Total user comments: 828


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How wonderful. 'Puppy' mills breeding fox cross breeds. Animals left to languish in wire cages until some idiot comes along and buys it, just to be tossed out like garbage at a later date.

Millions of unwanted animals are tortured, killed, tossed or taken to the pound just to be destroyed at a later date, as no one wants them. These are living beings, and, if you are religious, created by the same God who created you.

I'm an animal rights advocate and have witnessed what horrendous acts of cruelty perpetrated by the deviants in society.
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№9 Author: Saint Barbie (6 Apr 2011 06:46) Total user comments: 390


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Meh, they're pretty, but I'm perfectly happy with my pound puppy.
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№10 Author: pawzuzu (6 Apr 2011 09:11) Total user comments: 213


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capt.huffnpuff, Yes... We wouldn't do it if we couldn't.
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№11 Author: salsapopo (6 Apr 2011 10:38) Total user comments: 12723


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cute
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№12 Author: xPLDxPunisher (6 Apr 2011 14:02) Total user comments: 70


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I want one :)
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№13 Author: Jinxaruny (6 Apr 2011 14:05) Total user comments: 10324


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№14 Author: joffenbaker (6 Apr 2011 14:34) Total user comments: 4965


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I'll take one too I like the Gray and White
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№15 Author: 2fuzzy (6 Apr 2011 15:47) Total user comments: 10400


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Would love one. But I can't see paying for an animal when so many dogs need homes.
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№16 Author: Lord Dodo (6 Apr 2011 16:15) Total user comments: 2064


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The arguments of my foreposters were very good, we shouldn't create more pets, as long as we already have too many of them... But they're definitely cute 01
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№17 Author: mahedi (6 Apr 2011 16:29) Total user comments: 10772


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№18 Author: Lu (6 Apr 2011 18:08) Total user comments: 15082


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Pet spiders, pet snakes, pet monkeys, pet whatsoever, why not pet foxes?
Betcha Raymond Wendt has got himself a pet piggy - and fattening it up for the great feast. 03
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№19 Author: GhostChronos (6 Apr 2011 18:43) Total user comments: 2100


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SUPER CUTE 06
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№20 Author: DocMcCoy (6 Apr 2011 19:23) Total user comments: 6039


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Yes todays cute post is very very cute. 04
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№21 Author: 1000lalo1000 (6 Apr 2011 20:19) Total user comments: 75


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ooooo they are so cute!! 04
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№22 Author: cherrygarcia14 (6 Apr 2011 21:13) Total user comments: 2278


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they're beautiful! but i can't help agreeing with nuts2u 05
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№23 Author: jP (7 Apr 2011 00:12) Total user comments: 855


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I! WANT! ONE!

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№24 Author: Cacabit (9 Apr 2011 21:22) Total user comments: 819


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genetics....erk!
And evrybody here like this ???
It's like nuclear...
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