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Most people living the UK count finding a two-week old pack of wafer thin ham moulding away at the bottom of the fridge, ‘a brush with nature’.

And frankly, that’s fine by us, because nature is scary: It’s chilling enough to put your bins out one night and find that they’ve been ransacked by urban foxes in the night. Seriously, what are they looking for? It can't just be food.

But in places like Alaska it’s apparently no biggie to open your front door to find an arctic fox, two cats and a bald eagle, just chilling on your porch.

Yeah, okay, so we’re not sure if it’s an actual arctic fox, we may have just said that because an arctic fox is way cooler than a normal fox (like the ones that rip open your bins), but it is a fox and it is in the arctic, so you know, technically, we think we can get away with it. Anyway, who are you the flipping fox police?

Just check out the vid, it's ace.

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Video: Arctic fox, bald eagle and two cats, just chilling on Alaskan porch
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