Mother fox sounds and noises with cub nursing footage. The baby foxes are not old enough to feed on meat yet, and they rely on the natural nutritional milk that their mother nurses them to survive. Th soft vocal tones at the start of the video are of the fox mother talking to her baby cubs in her animal voice with the sound of birds singing and water flowing in the background. The mother fox sounds like animals, and the baby foxes recognize what the fox mother is saying to them because her voice is like theirs. The mother foxes' nature voice is a distinguishable sound to her baby cubs when she talks, and they know how it is the sound voiced by no other animal or human, the cubs will not run and hide in the den when they hear their mothers' voices because they know her vocalizations, and they understand what she says, and this makes them feel safe. The mother fox brings her babies out from the den, and she starts feeding them with her milk, and this is how all the mother foxes feed their baby cubs naturally with the food that nature provides. The milky fluid that the vixen creates in her body is very nutritious, and it has enough nourishment that feeds and helps her babies grow and survive in the wild wilderness habitats that they inhabit. The baby foxes love to feed on their mothers' milk, and they are full of joy and energy, and they happily play and jump around in the summer sunshine as they instinctively watch waterbirds in the waterbird river next to them. The mother fox is called the vixen, and she is communicating with and feeding the baby fox cubs this way before they start hunting and eating the predatory birds, and the seagull, heron, ducks, and waterbird species and small mammals that live in this natural habitat. The baby foxes will also eat the waterfowl and the rodents that the mother fox hunts and feeds to them as they grow a bit bigger. The fox is a predator mammal and a member of the Canidae animal family that includes domestic dogs, wolves, jackals, and coyotes. A fox is slightly smaller than a medium-sized local dog. A female fox is known as a vixen, and a male fox is known as a dog fox, a fox baby is a kit or cub. The foxes hunt and eat other animals by nature, and they especially like eating other mammals and birds or two that live and breed along the rivers in their wild habits. As well as being a meat-eating animal, the foxes will also eat various plants and seeds when they are foraging for food. Many mammal species feed their offspring with their milk throughout the world because it is an excellent source of natural nutrition.