Scared or joyful.
yes they always do!
Some species are, but not all. Foxes are very smart and are scared of all types of dogs.
No, a fox poses no danger to humans if left alone. They avoid humans.
The spiky parts, usually, because foxes are probably scared of spikes and don't want to get hurt.
Yes. A fox, unless it is sick, will avoid dogs, humans, etc.
Certainly they are, but will follow the bear to feed off scraps left by the bear.
Foxes are normally scared of dogs because dogs normally hunt in packs while the fox are a solitary hunter. A fox will attack a solitary dog if it feels threaten...
They often are, and have every reason to be afraid. However, polar bears do not see these foxes as their next meal, thus an arctic fox wouldn't be or is nearly as scared of a polar bear as a seal would be. Arctic foxes often trail polar bears, and feed off scraps left by the bigger predator.
Prairie dogs are scared of anything that makes a loud noise or makes a sudden movement as long as it is not bigger than the prairie dog. specific animals are: hawks, owls, coyotes, foxes, and snakes (because those animals eat them).
The collective nouns are: an earth of foxes a company of foxes a lead of foxes a leash of foxes a skulk of foxes a troop of foxes
As children can be very active, foxes could be dangerous as they might feel intimidated by a loud playful child and may run away or quite rarely attack. But if the fox feels relaxed and happy (you can tell because if it is scared it may make whimpering noises and put its head down) it may allow you to approach it gently.
The collective noun for foxes is a leash of foxes. Another collective noun for foxes is a skulk of foxes.
Fennec Foxes and Arctic foxes do, Red Foxes sometimes do.
No, foxes do not eat other foxes.
"Urban" foxes, "City" foxes or "Urbanised" foxes.
Kangaroos are not scared of all other animals, but do have a healthy fear of their predators, which include dingoes and eagles. Introduced animals such as wild dogs, foxes and vicious feral cats also strike fear into the heart of kangaroos, particularly smaller species such as wallabies, pademelons and rat kangaroos. In Tasmania, the pademelons and wallabies are afraid of Tasmanian devils, which will prey on them.
foxes such as red foxes uses leaves in the fall when artic foxes blend in with their habitat
Baby foxes, yes. Adult foxes, no.
Yes, both red foxes and gray foxes mate but not with each other.
Arctic foxes belong to the same genus as all foxes. It is based on their physical characteristics.
A leash of foxes is a name for an animal grouping, in this case foxes. Think flock of birds, leash of foxes.
Why do fennec foxes have adaptation that differ from the adaptations of arctic foxes and gray foxes?
Fennec foxes have different adaptions to grey foxes and Arctic foxes because they live in the desert, which requires very different adaptions from Arctic and grey foxes. For example, they have huge ears, to keep themselves cool, whereas Arctic foxes have small ears to keep the cold out.
There is no such thing as black foxes - they are red foxes but with a black coat, therefore they eat what red foxes eat.
The possessive form for the plural noun foxes is foxes'.
There are no "Polar foxes." There are, however, Arctic foxes and they are not endangered.
What animals kill prey and leave it it got into double fenced chicken pen killed one chicken out of seven and left it. live in east centrl Missouri?
This animal may not have been able to carry the chicken away, or it may have been scared off. It could have been any carnivore like a raccoon, skunk, weasel, meat eating bird, or maybe a fox? Foxes are known for killing and not eating their prey. It must have been scared off, because foxes usually kill all chickens and eat only one or two. Especially getting into a double fenced chicken pen makes me… Read More
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Yes, there are gray foxes and kit foxes in the Arizona deserts
Silver foxes are often called gray or grey foxes.
No. White foxes live in the far north. There are no foxes in Antarctica
No, not all of the foxes are female. There are some that are male. If all foxes were female they would have died out long ago because they would have been unable to breed and have young. Male foxes are called dog foxes and female foxes are called vixens.
Red Foxes living in the Jungle and the gray foxes living in the home in Russia.
They call Red Foxes red foxes because they are orange-red and because Indians use to call them that.
First of all, they all live in different habitats. Fennec foxes have large ears and pale ginger fur. Arctic foxes are white, and change to gray in the summer. They can still be distinguished from gray foxes because gray foxes are slightly orange, and are very small.
Foxes are not cats.
Foxes are not blue.
foxes do not migrate.
foxes and dogs are more closely related.
The plural possessive form for the tails of the foxes is the foxes' tails.
A group of foxes is referred to as a leash or a skulk. There are a variety of different types of foxes, and like a dog, baby foxes are referred to as pups.
Ajectives, beginning with F, you can use to describe Foxes. Try "Foxy Foxes" or "Fine Foxes" !
They are both wild, it is just that some are referred to as 'urban foxes' or 'city foxes.' The only difference between the two is that urban foxes sometimes go into city environments to scavange.
Arctic foxes and red foxes will kill and eat ermine occasionally.
Foxes and Dogs are more related.
No, foxes are of a different family. Dogs are of the genus 'Canus' and foxes are of the genus 'Vulpes.'
Nobody knows the actual numbers of foxes in the world as they are quite plentiful for the most part and many live in isolated areas. For a complete list of the true foxes (vulpes) and related species click on this link.
There are foxes in England.
Yes, foxes have eyelids.
Other foxes & chickens,