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Discussion in 'Wildlife Corner' started by Doghouse Riley, Jan 31, 2018.

  1. wiseowl

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    My apologies for adding a photo to your thread @Doghouse Riley ,I usually feed mine ,they love the occasional egg and pork luncheon meat,they have been here 12 years now,this Freddy and Franco,there are 8 in total its mutual trust:smile:

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    • JeffNev

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      What heart-warming photos, what an experience that must have been.
       
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        You can't help but admire the intellegence of these animals. The cubs grow so quckly.I guess it's because they don't survive many years, either in the wild or in suburbia, dangers for them everywhere.

        They also get a very undeserved bad press!
         
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