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WATCH: Footage captures fox clambering Norfolk cliffs

PUBLISHED: 16:57 20 May 2019 | UPDATED: 16:57 20 May 2019

A wily fox was seen scaling the sheer cliffs at Happisburgh in Norfolk. Picture: PAUL MACRO

A wily fox was seen scaling the sheer cliffs at Happisburgh in Norfolk. Picture: PAUL MACRO

Archant

A Norfolk photographer has turned his hand to nature filming after capturing footage of a fox scrambling up a cliff at the Norfolk coast.

A wily fox was seen scaling the sheer cliffs at Happisburgh in Norfolk. Picture: PAUL MACROA wily fox was seen scaling the sheer cliffs at Happisburgh in Norfolk. Picture: PAUL MACRO

Paul Macro captured the short video of the animal scampering up the cliffs on Sunday, May 19, while working on Happisburgh beach for a project scanning the county's coastline.

Mr Macro said: "I couldn't believe my eyes this afternoon."

And the 44-year-old photographer shared his find on social media.

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Commenters marvelled at the "beautiful sight" and described the fox as "agile" and "nimble", with one viewer adding: "Hope the sand martins are safe."

And to reassure those concerned about reports of palm oil washing up on Norfolk's beaches, Mr Macro added: "Thankfully I didn't see any palm oil there today."

Have you spotted an animal in an unusual place in north Norfolk? Email reporter Jessica.Frank-Keyes@archant.co.uk

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