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TV preview: Channel 4's Foxes Live
Fascinating creatures, foxes - that said, you wouldn't want to bump into one in the dead of night.
The good thing about this new series is that all the research and risky investigation work has all been done for us, in the biggest ever nationwide study into urban foxes in the UK, using cutting-edge technology and camera rigs.
Every angle will be covered in tracking the animals with CCTV and GPS tags; monitoring them everywhere, from under garden sheds to industrial estates.
With more and more stories of fox attacks creeping into the headlines, are these animals really capable of co-existing with humans? So here's where you, the viewer can get involved.
The show - being transmitted over three days - is a live interactive event, and anybody with a smartphone can contribute.
Experts will be on-hand to answer viewers' questions, while public opinion will be closely monitored to see whether views about the cunning creature change over the course of the series.
So, which side of the fox fence are you currently sitting on? And will this programme change your mind?
Foxes Live: Wild in the City (Channel 4, 8pm on 30 April and 7.55pm Tuesday 1 May and Wednesday 2 May)
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