July 13, 2003
Bald Eagle Update

WASHINGTON (AP) -- A wild red fox was the likely predator that got into a bald eagle's enclosure at the National Zoo and killed the bird, zoo officials said this week.

Ok, the media is being really stupid now. A 'wild' fox? Aren't all or rather 99% of them wild? Or are there domesticated foxes out there lurking the quiet neighborhoods at night?

Read entire article here.

Posted by Ellen at July 13, 2003 05:48 PM

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I could actually believe a cat (a wild one of course) more easily than I can believe a fox. But what do I know?

Posted by: Bogie on July 14, 2003 06:13 AM

I think they meant "wild" as in living in Rock Creek Park as opposed to an animal living at the zoo.

Perhaps "freelance" would have been a better adjective.

Posted by: hermetic on July 14, 2003 08:26 AM
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