Are foxes in the rainforest?
Foxes do not live in the rainforest. Gray foxes primarily live in the United States, Central America, Mexico and South America. Red foxes inhabit Asia, Europe, and North America.
The biggest threat to flying foxes is habitat destruction. They live in the rainforests of Asia and Africa, as well as on certain islands. We can help to protect their habitats by avoiding all Palm oil products, which encourage the deforestation of Asia, by avoiding any rainforest wood products, and by donating to organizations that work to conserve the rainforest, such as the World Wildlife Fund or Rainforest Action Network.