This lovely fox family was out enjoying the beautiful weather when photographer Peter Pieslor saw them and ended up spending the remainder of the day taking pictures of whatever they got up to.
Amazingly, and much to Pieslor’s delight, the Foxes didn’t mind his presence at all — in fact, they paid no attention to the two-legged intruder and his camera.
Well, we should be thankful for the Foxes’ blissful neglect, for otherwise we would not have been treated to these enchanting images. Enjoy!
The mischievous fox can’t resist grabbing his sibling’s tail and then teasing him.
The cubs came out to enjoy the early afternoon sunshine with one cub deciding to put his sibling in their place.
The pictures of the San Joaquin kit foxes were captured by Peter Pieslor in Bakersfield, California.
The kit fox can be found in the states of Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico as well as western Texas and south-eastern California.
Mr. Pieslor said the cubs were around one to two months old and were social and mischievous.
The cubs take a rest after a tiring time of play-fighting and rolling on the grass.
The foxes displayed some very human behavior by teasing each other, just like most brothers and sisters.
The family of foxes consisted of a mother, a father and six adorable fox pups.
Mr. Pieslor was able to capture the photographs of the foxes from just 30 feet away.
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