As children, most of us humans are taught not to be a “sore loser” by throwing some kind of tantrum when we lose a competition. The idea of gracefully accepting defeat forms the basis of friendship, democracy, and game shows, but Fox is risking the sanctity of all of that by developing a new show in which humans must compete against malevolent entities that know nothing about the danger of being a sore loser. We are talking, of course, about evil robots—or at least neutral robots that have the potential to become evil.
A wounded fox pulled off a miraculous escape from a hunter – by shooting his would-be killer in the leg. The animal, which had already been shot, somehow managed to pull the trigger of the double-barrelled shotgun with its paw as the hunter battering it with the butt to finish the animal off .
A new kind of pet is gaining popularity in Russia – the domesticated fox. The animals are being bred at a research institute in Siberia. Although these foxes are human-friendly, they’ve still got many wild habits.Martyn is a Russian Silver Fox who has never lived in the wild and whose home is a three-bedroom Moscow flat. He’s domesticated but still has some wild habits, like hiding and digging holes.
Being a city fox does come with its challenges, say its owners, Larisa and Boris, who wanted a unique pet.
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In this video, Futurist Thomas Frey was interviewed by Fox News’ Ron Zappolo, on future trends in education, jobs, transportation, communications, and more.