Foxes are small-to-medium-sized canids. Foxes are found on every continent but the most common fox is the red fox. Foxes are not pack animals and usually just live with their families.
They are very wary of humans are usually not kept as pets except in some countries. In many cultures, the fox appears in folklore as a symbol of cunning and trickery.
Foxes enjoy living near urban areas, perhaps because they’ve been known to scavenge. They eat a variety of food from berries to grasshoppers to dung beetles. They are omnivorous. Fox hunting is still permitted in the UK but only if the hunters are not accompanied by a dog.
Taxidermy (Hunting Fox):
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Facts about the Fox:
In the wild, foxes can live for up to 10 years
Male foxes are called Reynards and the females are Vixens
The silver fox was successfully domesticated in Russia