Yes, they eat birds, rodents, rabbits, even bird's eggs, insects.
Re-evaluate question. There are just as many kinds of foxes as there are dogs.
yes the panda is re-elated to foxes
Flamingos protect themselves from predtors by either fly away or all male flamingos attack the predtors and kill the predtor ot scare the predtor itself.
seals hide from predtors to defend themselves
Some birds of prey, such as hawks or owls, will eat snakes.
They re wild animals and not toilet trained. Therefore its a natural function to them. In addition it marks their territory
The Giant Panda takes a big bite with his teeth and molers
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.
The collective nouns are:an earth of foxesa company of foxesa lead of foxesa leash of foxesa skulk of foxesa troop of foxes
Baby foxes, yes. Adult foxes, no.
foxes such as red foxes uses leaves in the fall when artic foxes blend in with their habitat
A leash of foxes is a name for an animal grouping, in this case foxes. Think flock of birds, leash of foxes.
Arctic foxes belong to the same genus as all foxes. It is based on their physical characteristics.
Yes, both red foxes and gray foxes mate but not with each other.
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.
Foxes are not cats.
foxes do not migrate.
Foxes are not blue.