Everyone loves a good trampoline. 

On Sunday, October 4, a video emerged, showing two foxes in Saskatchewan bouncing up and down on a trampoline. The fun took place in Creighton, a town that lies on the border of Saskatchewan and Manitoba. 

The video begins with the two foxes in question climbing up the stairs to the trampoline and checking out the surface curiously. This one even had a net, so they were extra sneaky getting in there. 

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Soon enough, one of the foxes begins jumping on the surface while the other continues sniffing. 

In the next shot, you see the one fox jumping on the trampoline to its heart's content while the other is circling the trampoline from the outside. 

According to the Nature Conservancy, swift foxes can mostly be found in the grasslands of southern Alberta and Saskatchewan. 

Due to loss of habitat, their numbers had been greatly reduced in the 1930s and 1940s, but a successful reintroduction program released close to 1,000 of them into the wild back in the 1990s. 

They might normally live in the grasslands but as you can tell from this video, they're curious enough to venture away from home every once in a while. 

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