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On Thu, 29 Apr 2021 13:54:14 +0100, Andrew


Foxes are also know to go into a chicken coop and kill and remove just
one chicken, it depends on the fox, situation how the rest of the
chickens behave.

No-one who keeps hens will ever confirm that utter BS.

Aww bless. If that makes you feel happier you carry on thinking that.

Why not venture
out of that dark hole you live in and go and ask someone who does.

What, just one person, the one you put forward I'm guessing?

"Predatory drive is the instinctive inclination of a carnivore to
find, pursue and capture prey. If, in responding to this drive, a fox
gains entry to a coop (chicken wire was designed to keep chickens in,
not to keep foxes out) this may result in a panic reaction with
confined, excitable birds flapping and squawking, reinforcing the prey
drive until the stimuli are removed i.e. all the birds are dead,
resulting in what we term overkill

This is supported by reports where a fox has broken into a coop and
taken only a single bird because the others have remained calm and
quiet on shelves above, suggesting it is the noise and movement of
live prey in the immediate vicinity that causes this overkill."

Snip the usual fake videos

Unviewed by you because you are just a cowardly troll in denial.

But hey, you keep digging, you seem to enjoy it!

Cheers, T i m