Which is the odd one out rabbit badger otter fox or hare
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The type of animals arefox or badger
Silver Fox Rabbits can be a meat rabbit. Any big rabbit is good for meat. A good meat rabbit is California rabbits.
No. They are fast dogs, but they are not cabable of the squirrels agility or the squirrels climbing ability. They are excellent fox, badger, rabbit, and quail hunting dogs. Yay!
Foxes can kill rabbits by scaring them to death, by stalking around outside the cage or hutch. Or, if the fox can actually get to the rabbit, it can kill the rabbit with its teeth.
the native preditors of a rabbit can be a fox, hawk, owl, weasle or stoat
Fox, rabbit, otter, deer, badger, squirrel.
Far too numerous to mention especially birdlife. But a few are Red Deer, Roe Deer, Fallow Deer, Badger, Red Fox, Pine Martin, Otter, Scottish Wild Cat, Mink, Stoat, Weasel, Rabbit, Hare and soon to be re-introduced Beaver.
Fox,rabbit,hare,beavers and lynx.
A Fox, a badger, a hedgehog, a sparrow and a rabbit.
Artic wolf, wild cat, brown bear, cross fox, eurasian lynx, badger, grey dolphin, brown hare and european rabbit
The snowshoe hare is a small mammal and a rabbit. The also do not live in the arctic. They are not omnivores. The arctic fox is an omnivore that lives in the arctic.
Far too numerous to mention especially birdlife. But a few are Red Deer, Red Squirrel, Roe Deer, Fallow Deer, Badger, Red Fox, Pine Martin, Otter, Highland cow, Scottish Wild Cat, Midge, Mink, Stoat, Weasel, Rabbit, Hare and soon to be re-introduced Beaver. Not to mention the loch ness monster!
Animals: red fox, badger, tawny owl, sparrow hawk, woodpecker, rabbit, hare, crow, deer. Insects: slug, snail, centipede, beetle, spider, moth, wasp, fly
That could be a long list. Let me give you some examples: Deer (red, fallow, sika, roe) Red fox Squirrel Mice Brown rat European badger European polecat Rabbit Hare
elk, fox, bever, otter, ermine, badger
I think a fox lives in a den. My son saw a fox right outside our window last night! A fox does live in a den, a rabbit lives in a burrow, and a badger lives in a set. I read the Warriors series by Erin Hunter. that's how i know.
Well a fox is slightly bigger because a badger is bigger than a catso the fox is probably a few inches bigger then a badger.