Foxes

Members of the genus Vulpes with 12 species, foxes utilize a wide range of habitats, including forest, tundra, prairie, desert, mountains, farmlands, and urban areas. Omnivores with a preference for mice and rabbits, these animals help control the rodent population.

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Foxes

Do foxes eat a mosquito?

No. Foxes are eat meat. Don't eat mosquitoes. As well as other insects.

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Is a fox a predator or a prey?

A fox is a predator because it eats rabbits
Foxes are predators and hunt but they can also scavenge.

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Does a fox live in the jungle?

Well it depends on what kind of fox there is. Some foxes that live in the jungle is the red fox and the gray fox, but foxes usually lives in burrows or dens.

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Does a fox go through metamorphosis?

No. A fox does not go through metamorphosis.

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Consumers (food chain)

What are examples of Savannah secondary consumers?

hyenas, vultures, things like that.

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How many foxes are there left in the world?

As of 2014, it is estimated that there are over 250,000 foxes left in the world. Foxes can be found in Asia, Africa, Europe, and America.

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How many foxes live in a pack?

Depends if they are a loner

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Animal Life
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Vertebrates

Is a fox a vertebrate?

A fox is a vertebrate. Any animal with bones is a vertebrate, i.e., the fox. An invertabrate, for example, would be the starfish.

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How long does it take before a fox becomes a adult fox?

Foxes reach adulthood at around seven months.

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Arctic Foxes

Why does the Arctic fox change color?

the arctic fox, being very cute, turns white in the winter and brownish red in the summer. changing color helps it hide in the snow or the earth predators or hides it so it can capture prey

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Why is a fox difficult to catch?

foxes are difficult to catch because they have long legs and because they can run fast

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How are foxes adapted to the deciduous forest?

Foxes are adapted to heat and it's hot in the Deciduous Forest

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Buffalo and Bison

Do foxes eat buffalo?

no

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Why does a fox need to be in an ecosystem that inclued grass?

A fox needs to be in an grass area because he needs a shelter to survive. He also needs rabbits to feed on to survive.

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If The chart below shows the rabbit and fox populations in Boxerville over the last year. Of the choices below, in which month were the populations of rabbits and foxes closest to being equal?

August. [APEX]

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Ecosystems

Why does a fox need to be in an ecosystem that includes grass?

Because foxes are carnivores they generally prey on small rodents such as mice, rabbits, squirrels, moles, etc. A lot of these small rodents live on a diet comprised mainly of grass. Without grass there would not be many of these rodents and therefore, hardly anything for the fox to eat.

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What is a baby fox called?

A baby fox is called a kit
A baby fox is called a kit
A young fox is called a kit, cub or pup. Kit is the singular form. Pup is common in North American English.
A young fox is called, in proper terms, a kit. However, those who know little about the fox often call them cubs or puppies, which is incorrect.
A young fox is called, in proper terms, a kit. However, those who know little about the fox often call them cubs or puppies, which is incorrect.
Fox babies are most commonly called "kits," though they have also been referred to as pups or cubs depending on the vernacular of a particular area.

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What is a male vixen?

A "Vixen" is a female Fox. A male fox is called a "Dog" Fox.

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Ferns
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Do foxes eat ferns?

Foxes are omnivores and eat a variety of plants and animals but I doubt that the fern is considered a delicacy by the fox.

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Which basic need is a fox meeting by feeding on berries?

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Is a fox a producer consumer or a decomposer?

A consumer

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How does a fox maintain their homeotosis?

their fur

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How does his fur help the fox maintain homeostasis?

it can maintain to help survive

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Do foxes eat ferrets?

Foxes primarily eat prairie dogs.

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Nouns

What is the masculine for a vixen?

In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female, for example:

The gender specific noun for a female fox is a vixen.

The gender specific noun for a male fox is a reynard, dog, dog fox, or tod.

The noun 'fox' is a common gender noun, a word for a male or a female.

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