This lovely fox cub was photographed mid-pounce above her adorable brother.
The brother is staring up at his cheeky sister with an irritated look as the two kits frolic.
Before being interrupted by his sister, he dug deep holes and hid in them.
Business executive Len Greer, 50, captured this incredible photo at the Glen Rock Arboretum in New Jersey.
“I’ve been seeing two fox dens in our town for the past year,” he explained. “Because these pups were born in the spring of 2017, I mostly go to this family since they like to play in a nearby field.
“My all-time favorite is the pouncing fox kit photo, in which the sister is suspended above her brother as he awaits the impact.
“One of the kits was digging a hole in the field when they arrived. He frequently digs holes and lies in them.
“His (sister, I believe) had been stalking him as he played in the hole and pounced on him. She landed practically next to him, saving him from a direct hit just like human siblings might do.
“I’ve been shooting animals for a while now. I’m more of an animal lover than a photographer. About a year ago, I met Helene McGuire, a photographer at the time. We share the same love for wildlife and have established an Instagram account together.”— @InSightByLeNs”