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Why is fox a difficult animal to catch?
Because it is fast and ninja like, very stealthy, hardly makes a sound!
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No, it is not a domesticated animal.
they kill other animals but they will also scavenge
if you are lazy you wont get anything done
Most likely, they'll first smell the prey. Then they will sneak up behind it and pounce and catch the prey.
they use there teeth The fox catches its prey by sneaking up to its prey and grabs it prey and devours the prey
The Fox was able to catch Chanticleer by flattering his singing and asking to hear a song. As Chanticleer begins to sing with his eyes closed, the fox seizes him in his jaws a…nd carries him off.
The early bird gets the worm. or you could use...The squeaky wheel gets the oil, The loudest dog get shot first, etc.
An arctic fox will slowly walk up behind its prey being very quiet then it will leap towards it and eat it.
Its usually a Polar Bear. They don't have any other predators
Fennec Foxes are eaten by the African Eagle Owl and any other mammal that is bigger than it.
Yes, rabbits are part of a foxes diet. Foxes have been known to kill pet rabbits as well.
foxes are difficult to catch because they have long legs and because they can run fast
In Video Games
You build a fence around it. But apparently it can jump out because my fox somehow ended up in the sheep pasture :)
In Red Foxes
You can catch a baby fox by baiting a live animal trap. You can put fruits or vegetables in the trap as they are omnivores.
The fox is able to catch the chanticleer by flattering him and asking to hear his singing. The fox appeals to the vanity of the chanticleer.
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