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BBC Centre’s foxy visitor. (Fergus Walsh)

The BBC is famous for taking its cameras to the great outdoors for environmental documentaries, but last week nature came indoors to the BBC Centre itself.

After correspondent Fergus Walsh finished a live spot on the BBC’s News at Six, he went back to his desk to find a real, live fox wandering among the boxes and packing crates – the BBC is moving from its offices at Shepherds Bush to central London.

“It seems the local wildlife around Shepherds Bush is ready to take over,” said Walsh. “He seemed to be waiting around for his turn to go on air.”

(found via Fergus Walsh‘s Twitter)

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Filed Under: BBC, Fergus Walsh
By Paul Hechinger