What do foxes really say?
To Be True Nothing Really At All But If You Listen To What The Fox Say Or The Fox It's Fake!
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Well the foxes in the arctic are lets say "special" they can live in the cold but not really the warm and hot the foxes lets say in Canada are really different from the ones in the arctic :)
Only Darwin's fox of Chile is endangered.
Id say that it is ok for them to travel during anytime really you need to be more specific are these foxes that are Bred Inbreed type or are the Wild Foxes because in that case ill have to add more detail but Id say yes...
i know a lot about red foxes, but the one thing that i have not herd websites say is that in the summertime red foxes get gray, and really skinny, and tall they don't look like red foxes at all. I have seen them this way they get vicious in the summer to so be careful in the summer if you have red foxes near you
Yes, foxes are good swimmers.
Red foxes aren't really red. They a black and dark brown.
Arctic Foxes die because they get really old or the don't have that much starvation
Out of all the foxes in the world... i would not say live but they do go there.
Foxes don't really eat plants, however they may feed on berries.
The Japanese say ã‚‚ã—ã‚‚ã— (moshimoshi) when answering the phone, just as we would say 'hello'. No one really knows for sure why they answer the phone with this phrase, however there is one tale that says that ã‚‚ã—ã‚‚ã— is said because foxes find it difficult to say. The Japanese believe that foxes are sneaky and untrustworthy and by saying ã‚‚ã—ã‚‚ã—, they are able to tell if they are being tricked.
coyote No animal really eats foxes, however some may kill foxes for territorial reasons.
No, foxes eat small animals and stay clear of humans which are much too big to be considered as food.
Most foxes especially red foxes are extremely beautiful! Especially in the wintertime when their coats are long and red. Fennec Foxes are really cute too! With their big ears and sandy coats. It all really depends on your opinion though. If you don't like foxes you might think they are ugly. You never know... foxes are the most beautiful animals in the world!my favourte kind of fox is the red foxes in the autumn. ahh… Read More
Except for the color, there is no difference. The "black" fox is simply a different color morph, or mutation, of the red fox.
nope no not really just with eniemes
They have really cool tails.
In the wild, Arctic wolves primarily prey on muskoxen and Arctic hares. They have also been found to prey on lemmings Arctic foxes, birds and beetles.
Foxes really are not a food source for humans.
Yes, foxes are omnivores.
foxes To be more specific: Irish: sionnach (a fox), sionnaigh (foxes) OR madra rua (fox), madraí rua (foxes) Scottish Gaelic: sionnach, pl: sionnaich OR madadh-ruadh, pl: madaidh-ruadh balgair, pl: balgairean.
I don't know really
some say it is because there are too many red foxes killing farmers live stock such as chicken and ducks.
Foxes, or the 45 sub-species related to foxes are in almost every country in the world except New Zealand. It would be very difficult to say which country has most, but I would bet on Canada.
a lot of things such as foxes Foxes will eat a snowy owl, but so will wolves, weasels, vultures,eagles if they are really hungry, any scavenger will do.
well yes and for some people to say is no well i say yes
They're not similar really, only the body shape is similar. Foxes hunt alone - wolves in packs. Foxes tail touches floor - wolves doesn't. Foxes are smaller - wolves are bigger Foxes don't howl, they make chirping and screaming noises - wolves do howl and bark "True" Foxes belong to Vulpes - Wolves belong to Canis
Because we know what foxes are really like !!
there fur turns white and its really fluffy
depends there is no "normal" fox. if say, ur comparing an arctic fox to a red fox, the color, species and habitat vary.
Pet foxes have been bred in captivity for about 200 years now, needless to say, most of their natural instincts have been bred out. Whereas a forest fox is totally wild, and will be much more timid around humans. (Urban foxes will be more tame)
Foxes are wide spread and found on all continents except Antarctica. They were introduced to Australia and have become an invasive species and causing a lot of damage to native wildlife.
The answer really stares you in the face it is internal fertilisation.
Birds of prey, snakes, foxes; anything really.
the fox is in the dog family but some people say cat The fox & the dog are both in the CANIDAE FAMILY, but not all foxes are closely related. "True foxes" fall within the genus vulpes, and are therefore distinct from other species of canids also referred to as foxes. The The south american foxes, or zorros are in the Lycalopex Family, & are referred to as "False Foxes".
With males usually being at 3 1/2 pounds and females being at 2 pounds I would say yes.
red foxes will eat any kind of chipmunk they can catch ~ really any small rodent will do! they primarily eat different types of rabbits, though.
Mink, arctic foxes, tigers... anything that is rare and has fur, really.
Foxes don't really live in bogs, but urban areas and grassland.
Foxes can bark, howl, and call. They can also purr like cats.
foxes cant run that fast because they dont really need to run that fast foxes have ons and offs like if they are running after prey its 39 mph but if they are running from predator its 33 mph because everytyme i look at this website on foxes and it says top speed is 39 mph i dont think foxes need to run that fast anyways but my favorite animal in the whole wide world… Read More
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
Humans make global warming which cause for ice to melt. arctic foxes cant survive really long without ice so they die. So of course we are threats to them.
only if it found one already dead, or maybe a really newborn calf.
THE ARTIC. but really by the north pole i believe since it's in the artic.
Not really because they only eat termites. So make it a no
They usually build them in long narrow dens, they really have no exact length
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… Read More
Yes, red foxes will eat fish but they are not at the top of its list of prey items.
Red foxes have a wide vocal range, and produce different sounds spanning five octaves. When two foxes approach each other, they make a barking "wow wow wow" sound. When greeting one another, red foxes emit high pitched whines.