New Jersey Man and His Daughter Capture Adorable Photos of a Troop of Baby Foxes That They Found in Their Backyard

Baby Foxes

When Philip Wang discovered a troop of baby foxes in his Princeton, New Jersey backyard, he took the opportunity to photographically capture them with the help of his daughter Alice. In an interview with Philly.com, Wang described how he came across the vulpine youngsters in his yard.

I see red foxes a few times a year, so I know we have foxes around, but last week I heard like a soft ‘meowing’ like a cat near a shed. And then I saw that they were very young foxes and started taking their pictures everyday. And they are very, very cute.

Fox Face

Two Baby Foxes

Foxes Playing

Sleeping Twins

Baby Fox Under House

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‘PBS Game/Show’ Muses on Crowdfunding and Video Games

PBS Game/Show host Jamin Warren muses on crowdfunding and video games in a recent video in the series. Warren specifically looks at developer Double Fine, Tim Schafer, and the funding and release of Broken Age.

In this week’s vlog, Jamin shares his thought on the contract that is formed between the backer of a crowdfunding project and the person running the project. In short, what should we expect when we back a project on something like Kickstarter or Indiegogo?

Amy Schumer, Tina Fey, and Patricia Arquette, Celebrate Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ ‘Last F**kable Day’

Amy Schumer, Tina Fey, and Patricia Arquette celebrate Julia Louis-Dreyfus‘ “Last F**kable Day” in a sketch from Inside Amy Schumer. The holiday marks the occasion when the media decides that a female actress is no longer believably “fuckable.” The group of women talk about how to know when the day is coming and ways to delay it before sending Louis-Dreyfus off on a boat.

A Bundt Cake That Reveals a Hidden Figure of Bigfoot When Sliced

Bigfoot Bundt Cake

Jenn Fujikawa of justJENN recipes whipped up a Bigfoot Bundt cake tutorial that features a figure of the elusive cryptid nestled inside the cake itself. Bigfoot is only revealed when the cake is cut.

The Bigfoot insert was made using a Bigfoot cookie cutter styled after the creature in the famous 1967 Patterson-Gimlin film. Once pieces of baked cake are cut with the cookie cutter, they are placed inside the bundt pan and covered in batter before being baked again to create the effect.

Sasquatch. Yeti. Bigfoot. He goes by so many names, yet he’s still an enigma. He could be behind that tree in the woods, or perhaps in the icy mountain of a theme park ride, but most likely you’ll find him… in a bundt cake.

Bigfoot Bundt Cake collage

images via Nerdist

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