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VIDEO: Young Fox Spotted by 11th Hole at Queens Golf Course

By Katie Honan | July 20, 2015 8:20am
 The wobbly-legged fox sniffed around a player's golf club. 
The wobbly-legged fox sniffed around a player's golf club. 
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Artem Korenyuk

A young fox was spotted on the fairway at the Kissena Park Golf Course in Flushing Saturday by a group of golfers, and he wasn't too shy.

The fox came out from a grassy area surrounding the course near the 11th hole at about 1 p.m., the golfers said. 

It spent a little time sniffing around a player's club before scurrying away, according to video.

Bob Smith, who works at Kissena Park Golf Course, said it's common to see all different kinds of animals, although he had never seen a fox. 

"Raccoons, possums, probably skunks," often hang out around the course, he said.

"They're looking for food."

This spring, the city was gripped by Coyote Watch 2015, after witnesses spotted the animals on the roof of a bar in Long Island City, on the streets of Middle Village, in Battery Park City and elsewhere in the boroughs.