This post was edited by futsanglung at 2014-6-17 16:42|
correction Post time: 2014-6-17 15:49
You yourself quoted it from wiki -""Urban red foxes are most common in residential suburbs consist ...
Point one, how much do you know about the UK? You do not seem to understand the layout of UK cities.
Have you looked up the meaning of urban and rural? I guess not.
Try an internet search for foxes in London or look at the following sitesFox lived in the Shard skyscraper at London BridgeRomeo has now been released on the streets of Bermondsey
[size=1.077em]A fox has been discovered living at the top of the UK's tallest skyscraper.
[size=1.077em]The animal, named Romeo by staff, is thought to have entered the 288m (945ft) Shard building at London Bridge through the central stairwell.
[size=1.077em]It survived by eating scraps of food left by builders working on the incomplete structure.
[size=1.077em]The fox was captured and taken to Riverside Animal Centre in Wallington where it was fed and given a check-up.
[size=1.077em]Ted Burden, the centre's founder, said: "We explained to him that if foxes were meant to be 72 storeys off the ground, they would have evolved wings.
[size=1.077em]"We think he got the message and, as we released him back on to the streets of Bermondsey shortly after midnight on Sunday, he glanced at the Shard and then trotted off in the other direction."The fox was found on the 72nd floor of the 80-storey building
[size=1.231em]'Resourceful little chap'
[size=1.077em]Barrie Hargrove, cabinet member for transport, environment and recycling at Southwark Council, said: "Romeo has certainly been on a bit of a jaunt and proved rather elusive.
[size=1.077em]"But I'm glad our pest control officers were able to help out.
[size=1.077em]"He's obviously a resourceful little chap, but I'm sure he's glad the adventure is over and hopefully he'll steer well clear of skyscrapers in the future."
[size=1.077em]The Shard overtook Canary Wharf as the UK's highest tower block last year.