Video of fox making sandwich near Chernobyl goes viral

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Video Of Fox Making Sandwich Near Chernobyl Goes Viral

After the 1986 Chernobyl accident, an exclusion zone was setup 18 miles around the plant where radiation was too high.
Today, due to little human interference, the area is home to many animals like Przewalski's horses, deer, foxes and brown bears.

Recently, a group of RFE/RL Ukrainian Service journalists came across a wild fox in the zone and recorded their interaction.

The group offered the fox food and witnessed the animal make a multi-layer sandwich -- before walking away with the sandwich intact.

Unsurprisingly, the video has accrued millions of views within a short timespan.

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