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The Red Fox

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on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of The Red Fox

The Red Fox Appearance Food The red fox is a omnivore. It eats
a variety of different foods such as berries, hamsters, birds, mice, apples and much more. The red fox will hunt and scavenge on carcases. They need 500 grams of food each day to be healthy.
Life Cycle A female red fox will dig a hole in the dirt to raise her litter in. The pups will be born blind, deaf and toothless. The young will venture outside the den after a few weeks. They will reach adult maturity at age 9 to 10 months. Their average life span in the wild is 2 to
4 years. Survival Needs The red fox needs a territory to hunt in.
The territory must have food,water and shelter. They are very adaptable
and can live in the Arctic to the dessert. Animals Related To The Red Fox The red fox is the largest species of fox in the world. They have soft dense, fluffy fur that comes in an assortment of colors but are most commonly red. They have small skulls and short limbs. A RED FOX HAS VARIETY OF DIFERENT PREY BUT SOME ENEMIES. PREY INCLUDE MICE AND BIRDS. ENEMIES INCLUDE LINX,BOB,CAT,COUGARS AND BEARS. Non Living Limiting Factors A red fox needs water to drink
and dirt to dig burrows in but
as the urban areas grow their
habitat slowly shrinks. Garbage
made by humans can be harmful
to the the red fox. Humans Effect On
Habitat As humans cut down
forests and turn low lands
into wheat fields the red fox and thousands
of other species suffer. It is
important that we preserve
the few wild places left on
earth. By Ben Taylor Sources:
Books: "Wolves Coyotes and Foxes" by Beautiful BC, "The Nature Of Foxes" by Rebecca Grambo.
TV: Hope For Wildlife.
Web page: National Geographic.
Encyclopedia: "Encyclopedia Of Animals". Plants Found In The Habitat

The red fox can be found in many different ecosystems. There are a lot of different plants found in their habitat. Some are pine trees, oak, birch, ferns, berries, cedar and arbutus.
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