The Japanese Village of Foxes

Japan has a Cat Island and a Rabbit Island, and now it also has a village of foxes! Zao Fox Village is a sanctuary with six different breeds of foxes, and is open to the public in case you want to get up close and friendly with the inhabitants. However, the staff does not recommend touching them, feeding from your hand, or bringing small children. After all, foxes are wild predators. You'll still find some folks bending the rules. See a ton of pictures of Zao Fox Village at Kotaku East. -via Fark

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OK, you don't touch them or let them see your children because foxes are mischievous spirits who love to steal away your children.
Also, they bite.
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