Do gray foxes live in fort Collins Co?
Yes, as do red foxes. They are even seen frequently in Denver.
Why do fennec foxes have adaptation that differ from the adaptations of arctic foxes and gray foxes?
Yes, gray foxes can usually climb trees. It's not really natural instinct though. They have to be taght. It's a little llike passed down generation tricks. However most red foxes can not. The only red foxes that can climb trees are some of the ones that live around gray foxes. I suppose in a sense the grays taught the reds how to climb. Foxes aren't as good of climbers as most cats and squirrels, etc…
Most foxes that live in Arizona are Gray Foxes, Kit Foxes, and (although not considered to be a fox) Coyotes. Red Foxes live mostly everywhere EAST of the Rocky Mountains, with the exception of places like Texas and Florida. Parts of Arizona and a few other states have very few Red Fox. There are scattered but very few parts of Arizona that contain Red Fox.