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Habitat

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nat salter

on 8 October 2013

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Transcript of Habitat

Typically, you will find a grey fox in marshes or forests when you are searching in the Ontario region. Their dens can be found in near-water shrubs, rocky areas, hollow trees, & underground burrows that were already there.


Living Space

Grey foxes are native to 12 different countries, such as southern Canada to the South American countries Venezuela and Columbia.
Theres a variety of things that cause a threat to them. Things such as harsh winters that are preventing it from moving north, and they have competition for resources with other foxes.
They also have common threats such as hunting, parasites, and disease.
Physical
Features

Grey foxes have 4 short, but powerful legs, pointed ears, and a bushy tail.
They're roughly 12 inches tall. From nose to tail, they measure between 32 to 46 inches, with the tail being 1/3 of that length. They typically weigh from 7-13 pounds.
The grey fox's species classification is
U. cinereoargenteus. It's at risk status is threatened.
Threats and classification
How We Can Help
One of the main threats they're facing today is being hunted, so less hunting of foxes.
Also reporting just seeing sight of a grey fox and where you saw it to The Ministry of Natural Resources could help them keep track of it and keep it safe.
Report any illegal wildlife activity to 1-877-847-7667.
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