What Do You Know About Foxes?
What Do You Know About Foxes? Are fixed dogs or cats? Beyond their cute fur covering their body and long bushy tail. As well as the qualities attached to them, they are not good pets. Taming them has never perfectly worked. I guess it’s a sign that wildlife should just simply be left to remain in the wild. And left to occupy and live in their natural habitats.
They are somehow small to medium omnivores that are dog-like. But not dogs. Mainly feeding on the inverbrates, small vertebrates, as well as plants and eggs.
They have a flattened skull, upright triangular ears, a pointed, slightly upturned snout, and a long bushy tail.
Leach is the term used to describe a group of foxes. While a male fox may be referred to as a tod and a female one as the vixen. The little ones are cubs/pups/kits.
They are several species of foxes but only 12 of them are considered to be true foxes. They include:
- Red Fox
- Gray Fox
- Arctic Fox
- Fennec Fox
- Kit Fox
- Swift Fox
- Blanford’s Fox
- Cape Fox / Silver-backed Fox
- Corsa Fox
- Tibetan Fox
- Ruppell’s Fox
- Bengal Fox/ Indian Fox
They are widely spread across the world. And belong to the same family as the wolves and jackals.
They have a very short lifespan
They can manage to live up to 10 years.
Unlike some dog families that are very social. Foxes may live solitary or be engaged in very small family groups.
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