They all live in the same cage, so visitors of the park can watch them. “They are very social: calm, affectionate, interesting and neat,” said Ecopark vet, Anna Zhukovskaya.
Animal care experts said the foxes have the biggest ears among predators: “Big ears are necessary for thermoregulation and perfect hearing. In the wild, they hunt small vertebrates and insects,” said Deputy Director of the Ecopark on zootechnical matters Valery Ivashchenko.
BACKGROUND: This spring and summer there was a massive “baby-boom” at Feldman Ecopark. For example, a Bamby baby deer. He lives in an open summer cage together with 24 older relatives.