By now, you've seen a fox dive face-first in the snow to hunt its prey, but this time you get to see what it catches!
When a fox gets its radar fixed on a mouse, a mole or a vole, you can bet it's locked in until making a leap.
It's amazing to watch those ears try to pinpoint the prey deep below the snow, but once it decides where to land, the hunt is on.
They fail most of the time, but this time is different.
Here's a fox that just landed on lunch:
Check this out! Kakisa, N.W.T.'s Terri Simba caught this curious fox hunting in the spring snow - wait for the leap of faith! (Or leap of lunch!)Video: Courtesy of Terri Simba
Posted by CBC North on Tuesday, April 17, 2018
This time the fox won a hard-earned mouse for lunch! Have you ever seen a fox hunting like this?