Seeing foxes wandering the streets isn’t unusual in Rotterdam, a city in the Netherlands. But this fox stands out from the crowd. It’s 52 feet long and a plastic bag dangles from its mouth. It’s a sculpture by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, who creates scaled-up animals in cities around the world. This sculpture, named the Bospolder Fox for the neighborhood it calls home, peers over an intersection and is used as a meet-up spot and a place for kids to play. Hofman hopes the sculpture reminds residents to be welcoming to newcomers, both animal and human.