Take a look at this video of laughing foxes that’s left the internet amazed and smiling!
When Ylvis sang ‘What the Fox say?’ we all sang along and wondered what they actually sound like. It has always been a matter of question as to what a Fox sounds like. The Internet is an amazing place with videos that can easily lift the spirits. One such video has gone viral that has made the internet a happy place. This viral video of laughing foxes is all one needs to see.
The red-tailed, pointy-nosed animal may not seem cute but, a video that has gone viral gives us a different picture. A video of fox laughing is all that one needs to see to get over their mid-week blues. This video is so adorable that Twitter can’t help but awww over it. The idea of seeing a group of Fox laugh is in its self very exciting.
Take a look at this video of laughing foxes:
If you've never heard a fox laugh, you’re welcome!
— mollyfprince (@mollyfprince) June 29, 2020
But have you ever seen a fox steal a phone?!? pic.twitter.com/bbkrvqopht
— Quarantine Queen ? (@Socia11yDistant) June 30, 2020
Foxes are just dogs running on cat software
— Dennis ‘T-980’ Emigh (@T980) June 29, 2020
— мαℓιкα (@mxlika03) July 1, 2020
Someday, I’ll find happiness like this. pic.twitter.com/cWSsdjpDCL
— Squich (@SasquachFreezer) June 30, 2020
I guess we have an answer to the question of “what does the fox say?”
— Dimestore Publius (@Xeynon) June 29, 2020
this baby foxie occasionally comes by my window and wait for his egg and later play around while i watch him.. still a bit shy to interact that much but maybe one day? pic.twitter.com/snayDlEdap
— yelijoe (@yelijoe) June 30, 2020
To do this with foxes who didn’t have human surrogates is very unwisely.
— Reza Negarestani (@NegarestaniReza) June 29, 2020
We have three baby ? living under our shed… I hope I can develop this sorta relationship with them… knowing my luck they have rabies
— Jaden Cowley (@ScrappyDappyJ) June 29, 2020
Yes I have heard a fox laugh, for 13 years. She was 10 days old when I started hand raising her. She loved being scratched, especially when shedding. She used to take bits of her food and push it thru the chain link to share with the local wild red fox. Her name was Echo. pic.twitter.com/WJeJdW95iU
— Sue (@PetnurseSue) June 30, 2020