Fox makes a big sandwich - level 3

Fox makes a big sandwich - level 3

06-05-2015 07:00

Of all the viral videos floating around the internet, can you say that you’ve ever seen a sandwich-making fox? This footage shot in the Chernobyl disaster exclusion zone shows a wild fox taking bread and meat from people and stacking it into a sandwich!

The fox can be seen stacking the filling between the bread into a big sandwich that can barely fit in its mouth. And whilst doing so, the animal seems to show no fear of the humans.

Despite the lack of people, there is said to be an increasing number of foxes, wolves and bears in the zone.

The video was shot in the uninhabited 20 mile zone around the Chernobyl nuclear plant in Ukraine that exploded in 1986. The clip has been viewed more than a million times on social media websites, according to Radio Free Europe, whose journalists filmed it during their trip.

Difficult words: viral (popular among people on the internet), exclusion zone (a dangerous or secret area that many people cannot enter), stacking (making a pile of something), lack (not many), increasing (growing), uninhabited (no people live there).


What do you think about this fox?

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