Graveyard fox

IN response to Jacqueline Levine's letter last week, the fact that animal bones were found in a cemetery (or any other open area) should not be looked on as anything sinister.

Only last week I came across a fox sunbathing on one of the paths and he/she wasn't that bothered about my presence.

I advise everyone to just leave them be and avoid contact.

Foxes, badgers, rabbits, etc, are common in all open ground areas.

The fact that the lady came across animal bones, I would put down as unfortunate.

Of course, it may well be down to kids larking about or just happened to be where a fox left it.

Harry Johnston,
Infrastructure director,
North Manchester Jewish Cemeteries Trust.

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