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    • Stop eating my berry bushes, you fucks
      Francwha 8 aug
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    • Can i has?
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    • They didn't mean to domesticate the foxes. It was an accident. It was a fur company that wanted to make them more docile so they would be easier to handle and when they accidentally domesticated them the russian government stepped in and said "No comrade you no hurt smol pup."
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    • They haven’t been completely domesticated though. They are domesticated in the sense that you could feasibly own one, but they don’t bond like dogs do.
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    • Sadly, they arnt quite domesticated. They're tame, and you can have one as a pet, but they lack a "readiness to form a social bond with humans" or something like that. Basically, they won't wreck your house or anything, but they also arnt easy to form that "best friend" bond people have with dogs
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    • Saying they ate domesticated is a huge overstatement. They are merely friendly towards people but will not tend to engage us, like a dog. They cant be house trained, and will likely tear up all your furniture. But give science 100 more years to genetically ruin the fox like they did the dog.
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    • What they don’t mention is they bred only the friendliest foxes, and as the foxes became more domesticated, they started to take on different physical characteristics, such as floppy ears and more unusual coat colors.
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    • Imagine in a hundred years there’s gonna be this whole new species that’s basically dogs but not dogs at all
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    • Foxes are like dogs with cat mobility. A fox can and will jump on your kitchen counters and take a shit just cus it feels like it.
      Grumbles 8 aug
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    • Many people saying they want one, i dont blame them, but just because theyre nice to people like normal dogs doesnt mean there arent downsides to owning a fox today. In like 10 years, maybe, but today they will fuck your house up and will shit everywhere, like to raise awareness
      Cwixter 8 aug
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    • My dad had a pet silver fox named ike when he was growing up, he would ride on his four-wheeler to "walk" the fox because the fuxker was running at 30mph
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    • Thank you Soviets, very cool!
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    • All of them still have behaviors that make them annoying to have, a lot of unpredictability, though yes they are still nice to humans and like to be pet. Will still piss in your coffee cup etc. they are like really bad dogs. Which is to be expected
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    • AMD THEYRE FUCKIN AWESOME THEY PLAY LIKE A DOG AND CUDDLE LIKE A CAT but they're a fuckin pain to take care of (food, vet, license, cleaning shit/piss)
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    • What’s really interesting as the researchers bred for only loyalty and kindness, for some reason the ears of the foxes got floppier, and their tails were fluffier. And they are being sold for 5000 a pop
      Anorrack 8 aug
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    • The one good thing that came out of communism, other than AKs.
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    • They actually aren’t domesticated yet. They’re just tamed. They still have wild instincts and are nowhere near as cuddly as dogs. They’ll only come to you if they’re scared or if they’re hungry
      8ballpool 11 aug
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    • Actually they have been doing 2 breeding experiments. 1.they take all the gentlest kits,raise them and breed them to other gentles.now many of them ate domesticated and have round ears and different fur patterns.2.the meanest ate bred to the meanest and now are very vicious. It is state run program
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    • Chihuahuas are also domesticated foxes, look where it got them
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    • They are insanely over priced and inbred. They developed shorter legs and color variants. Lost their amazing sense of vision etc.. don't support this shit y'all
      jaidon97 8 aug
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    • Fun fact: there were/are wild silver foxes, this was just the first species where domestication was highly successful they also used red foxes who unlike the sliver foxes did not have a coat color change. Silvers are naturally black with streaks of white+silvery grey. Domestication turns them white
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    • I saw a documentary on this at like 2am when I was about 10, and I still remember this. Foxes started to develop spots like a Dalmatian, and would wag their tails like dogs
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    • Just don’t fuck em up like they did to pugs
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    • Not true, the experiment was done in the USSR, not by it. The man behind it actually had to hide it so the USSR wouldnt take his foxes away
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    • Fun fact: they lost a small amount of their distinctive fox features, but can be so small that it would be virtually impossible to see without a side by side. They are also expensive as they are so rare
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    • They’re pals! But I think they still have behaviors still not suitable for people owning them, like say, dogs - like for example, I believe they still try to burrow? Still pals, I want 11
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    • I did a research paper on this and It actually had profound affect on the foxes with changes in morphology and behavior! They aren’t as domesticated as a dog would be but it’s only been going on for about 60 years so you have to cut the foxes some slack.
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    • Fairy type dog
      yokimmer 8 aug
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    • Much different from the kinda silver foxes I'm into
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    • It's true, though they're not just silver foxes. There's several colors, and the foxes (called Belyaev Foxes) are still an ongoing experiment in an attempt to see if domestication is genetically passed down through, as they call it, "friendly genes". It's still ongoing too
      Decys 8 aug
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    • Shiny Eevee
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    • And why do we NOT HAVE THESE IN AMERICA?!
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    • So they're russian? Do they like vodka and kvass?
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    • Domesticated but not friendly, just tolerant of humans
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    • Stop what you're doing and look at this sick ass crab
      Cowfish 8 aug
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    • I would like to purchase your finest fox to snuggle up with and give it tummy skritches
      atavus4 12 aug
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    • I read about this in Richard Dawkins book “greatest show on earth”. I think the breeder’s name was karsparov or some shit. He bred the docile/less aggressive puppies and found that they developed dog-like traits that weren’t selected for. (Tail wagging, whimpering, etc). Further reinforcing the
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    • Happy bois
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    • Fun fact: foxes aren’t fully domesticated and they can be really unpredictable as pets
      BabyMouse 11 aug
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    • that’s not a silver fox
      Akkord 10 aug
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    • Look at my pic, that is a domesticated wolf. Not a wolf dog a 99.9999999% by DNA wolf. They can be raised with lots of patience and love just like dogs.
      knoxknox 9 aug
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    • Also a fun fact: you can only get one from a man in Siberia, you need 5 grand and an exotic importer to get ahold of one.
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    • They aren't quiet as domesticated as dogs yet. Most dogs, no matter the age, wish to be around people. The foxes are more like cats. They'll trust you for food and to touch them but they don't want to be in your "personal bubble" really ever yet
      MomGoose 8 aug
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    • Friendly reminder to check your state laws before getting a fox because they aren't legal in every state
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    • HybridD 8 aug
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    • I did a report on this for school about a decade ago! Siberian silver foxes existed before the experiment and they took place at a fox farm that raised them for their fur. A geneticist named dmitry belyaev bread the foxes based on their interaction with humans. (To be continued)
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    • I’ll take em all
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    • How long before they turn into pugs?
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    • Scientists are beginning to think that the domesticated dog may not have come directly from the wolf, but are they’re own subspecies entirely (created by interbreeding with other canine species at the time)
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    • And yes, depending on where you live, you can own one. They’re very high maintenance though
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    • They also bred an aggressive breed of silver foxes
      JKIRK44 8 aug
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    • These foxes are like the Savannahs. They’re tame, not domesticated, & that is a big difference. They’re expensive, banned in several states, and still prone to wild behavior including scent-marking/pissing, biting, & general unruliness. Dogs and lap cats took 1000s of years. 58 years is not enough.
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    • Okay they're domesticated stop the inbreeding now
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    • Omg I wanna thank you all for this amazing thing Ive never been featured before and please take my top comment virginity.
      megafox 8 aug
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    • They’re expensive as fuck, you can buy em, but they also piss everywhere and smell.
      nobussy 8 aug
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    • Well I was bred by a silver fox last weekend but I wouldn’t call him “domesticated” the way he treated my hole lol
      KuntFuck 8 aug
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    • This is actually very true. After three generations the foxes had lost a lot of testosterone and calmed down immensely, became wundead, and their tails event stopped being curled because they were no longer always alert
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    • This project is actually extremely unethical. Any specimens that are born that don't fit their criteria are euthanized. There's also several other unethical practices that are used in this program, but I'm far too tired to recall
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    • Ok but they aren't the same as dogs.. they still piss everywhere, chew shit up, and cause problems. Even domesticated, they are outside only pets.
      keiome 8 aug
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    • It’s only been about 60 years and they’ve already seen mutations such as floppy ears, stubby legs, and curly tails
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    • Knowing it’s the USSR, they don’t exactly have a history of treating dogs well
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    • They may be breeding still but they tried at first becaus silver fox pelts were valuable. After a mere 3 generations though the pelts started having spots so they were worthless
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    • There's a YouTube video on it. The progress they are at right now is that they are friendly around humans, but they aren't "excited" by the presence of humans as dogs are. A guy sat in a circle to see how they react, fox stays for a bit and just chilled outside. Dog straight up tackled him in excite
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    • I saw a video of this on YouTube, I’m pretty sure none of them are for sale.
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    • Silver foxes are hot women over 50.
      Cetar 8 aug
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    • I'll take your entire sTOCK!!
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    • Well guess who’s going USSR who’s coming with me!?!?
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    • Gimme
      marfman 11 aug
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    • Russia probably did one thing better than America
      Basilix 10 aug
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    • I'll take your entire stock!
      MissEnvy 10 aug
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    • I want
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    • What about bears can we do bears next
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    • Silver foxes are just a color. It has nothing to do with that experiment. They took some of the truth and altered it and it hurts my brain
      Salysta 9 aug
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    • This is wrong information. If you type in "silver fox" as a species, a black fox will appear on google images and thats the REAL silver fox, and it doesnt look like this. They are basically like normal red foxes though, just black. Their fur changes to slightly silver-ish depending on climate.
      Tempress 9 aug
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    • *Happy Silver Fox Noises*
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    • Any fox can be domestic with enough syrup
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    • Disney's The Fox and the Russki.
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    • They are expensive. Last I heard they were nearly 7,000 dollars and despite their genetic modifications are still considered wind animals and disavowed as pets by many states, though from memory Indiana has quite lax laws on the subject. These foxes have some differences physically from their unmod
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    • For anybody interested, they act like a mix between cats and dogs, they have a habit of burrowing into couches and are very smart, smug assholes
      zukzuk 8 aug
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    • Even better thing about this. They have isolated the part of the gene that makes pets act like pets (kind to us). And because of that DNA from dogs/cats can now be embedded in wild animals allowing us to domesticate them in a few generations.
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    • These cost about $7000 just to get not to mention what you would have to spend to feed it just so it stays healthy
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    • I remember watching this on tv an old Russian lady was expanding how they bred out the aggressiion while holding one like a dog
      Fuggity 8 aug
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    • Not really domesticated. They just dont mind humans getting up close to them
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    • ill take your entire stock
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    • WANT
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    • The ussr also tried transplanting dog heads and dumped nuclear waste in the Ural Mountains for decades
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    • They’re not domesticated as the process only lasted about 40 years they were just selectively breezes to be more accepting of people.
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    • Oh hell yeah, those fuckers are cute as hell
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    • Only good thing to come out of the USSR. Don’t @ me
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    • What does the fox say? It says cyka blyat
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    • Thank you, papa Khrushchev
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    • I want a fox but the only problem is their piss smell like rotten garbage
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