Don't test nature, people: Lars Andreas Bjercke, a Norwegian teen, and a friend rigged up Bjercke's cell phone to emit sounds that resembled a rabbit's squeaks, and then left the phone in Bjercke's yard. Soon enough, a curious fox came by to investigate — and ran off with the phone. Bjercke called the phone, and the fox answered, though he didn't say much. The next day, one of Bjercke's Facebook friends let him know she had just received a text message from the fox with his phone: "jlv I øi\a0ab 34348tu åaugjoi zølbmosdji jsøg ijio sjiw," which we're pretty sure is a series of taunts in fox. [Source]
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