PHOTOS: Ocean Park welcomes first-ever arctic foxes born in Hong Kong

By Ryan Kilpatrick, August 6, 2014

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Important news: arctic foxes at Hong Kong's Ocean Park have given birth to a set of kits, the very first arctic foxes ever to be born on Hong Kong soil!



It was love at first sight, we're reliably informed, between the black-coated American Gochi and snow-white Chinese fox Mochi. In total, six new black, white and grey "mixed blood" kits have been added to the skulk, or leash (score a few more points for foxes in the "coolest collective noun" category).



Meanwhile, zookeepers are still anxiously waiting for giant pandas Lok Lok and Ying Ying to get on with it and produce some offspring of their own. Oh well, at least we've got these guys to watch in the meantime (and to be honest, they're a bit more exciting to watch anyway):


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