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Although it is a member of the dog family, some of fox habits are very cat like as well.

Foxes live 4–6 years in wild; 11–13 years in captivity.

Foxes have abundant ectoparasites (mites, fleas, ticks and lice).

Foxes can hold up to 1kg (2.2lbs) of flesh in their stomachs.

Foxes can hear a watch ticking 36½m (40yds) away.

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The pupils of a Fox’s eyes are almond–shaped rather than round.

There are approximately 27 Species of Foxes.

Their Height depending on species is 38–89cm (15–35ins).

Their Weight depending on species is 5.4–6.8kg (12–15lbs).

They are found all over the world but they are not native to Australia they are only here because the British Socialites couldn’t do without their Fox Hunts.

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Their Diet consists of rodents, small birds, rabbits and other small mammals.

Foxes are essentially nocturnal (night dwelling) animals.

Foxes are known to have both canine and feline characteristics. Even though they are considered to be a member of the dog family, they have feline characteristics such as vertically slit eyes and retractable claws. They are excellent tree climbers and also play with their prey before killing it, just like a cat.

The sexual maturity is attained at around 10 months of age. The female produces a litter with around 3–5 pups and has a gestation period of 50 to 60 days. The young of a Fox is referred to as “kit”. Both the male and female care for the kits.

Foxes are known to use a wide range of vocalizations and pitch tones to communicate with each other.

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The Fox is considered to be a sacred animal in Japan.

The most common species of the Foxes is the Red Fox, which is about the size of a large cat. It is characterized by a reddish coat, a white underbelly and a bushy tail with a white tip, with some variations depending on the habitat. It is the largest of the fox species.

The Red Fox can reach a speed of 48 k.p.h. (30 m.p.h.).

The Red Fox is known for its slyness and shrewdness.

The Grey Fox is widely found specie that has a resemblance to the Red Fox. It is slightly smaller and has a grey coat.

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The Grey Fox prefers dense areas such as forests to survive while the red Fox prefers open country habitat for survival.

The world’s smallest Fox is the Fennec Fox, weighing a mere 1.6kg (3.5lbs). It is normally found in arid regions such as deserts. It has an exceptional hearing capacity and can detect its prey moving underground.

Made to survive the cold an Arctic Fox has furry paws, dense coat, fluffy tail, short ears and muzzle. all these features give the arctic fox the ability to adapt to temperatures that are negative 10°C (50°F) or lower.

The Arctic Fox is white during winter; however, its fur colour changes to brownish or greyish during summer; a feature that makes the fox camouflaged for the season.

Arctic Foxes have a strong family bond; they mate for life with both partners caring for their young.

Arctic Foxes are smaller than red foxes. They weigh 2.7–6.8kg (6–15lbs) and can live up to 6 years in the wild.

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