Pictures of Foxes eating rabbits and mice

Tuesday, May 31, 2011
rabbit being eaten by a fox

The Fox eats what he wants


Fantastic Mr. Fox.

Cunning as a fox.

Fox News.

Fox Hunting.

She's a fox.

Foxing.

These are just some of the ways us humans use the word fox.

What does this have to do with images of a fox eating a rabbit?

Not much really, it just seemed like a good intro.

I was thinking I could throw in some kind of Wayne's World reference to Wayne's love interest Cassandra but couldn't figure it out. Instead, you get some mindless drivel about movie babes.

But hey, let's get to the task at hand and show you some pictures of foxes eating some victims. The first picture above was indeed of a fox eating a rabbit. I understand its name was Peter Rabbit, so please don't show your children this picture.

Next up is a fox chewing on a dear bone.

I'm not sure what the context is as I simply found this picture on google - I presume the fox did not take down the dear themselves but probably got to as by way of it being another predator's left overs...

fox eating prey

Below is a picture of a fox eating a murre bird. WTF is a murre bird you ask? Found on the High Artcic, foxes find these birds a tasty treat.

Feathers and all.

Yuck!
murre bird eaten by a hungry fox
Fox eating a Murre

rat eaten by a fox
Rats! said the caught rat.
fox eating two mice at once
Double Trouble - a fox eats two mice at once!
fox dining on a rabbit
Fox taking a rabbit home to make stew.
Of course sometimes even the most foxiest of foxes can have the tables turned on them. In the image below, the fox is no match for the brutal aerial assault by this eagle. Look at the fox's expression, he simply has no idea what hit him.

Was it a train?

Superman?

Bellatron?

A giant traction city?

eagle captures a fox, eye ball pops out.
What's wrong with your eyeball Mr Fox?
Update: here's a story of a fox attacking a 67 year old in his own backyard!

1 comment:

  1. the double trouble pic, is a fox with two baby grey squirrels. ( it probably raided a squirrel nest and taking food back to female and litter)

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