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Grey Fox Taylor Lancaster

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taylor lancaster

on 20 February 2014

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Grey Fox Taylor Lancaster
Some organisms that make up a grey foxes community is birds such as crows, insects such as grasshoppers, plants such as grass, and many different mammals such as many different types of snakes.
The role of the grey fox is the grey fox is a predator that feeds on birds and other insects. That is the role of the grey fox because since the grey fox is a predator it controls the population of many other animals.
The scientific name for the grey fox is urocyon cinereoargentus. The grey fox is approximately 76 to 112.5 centimeters. The grey foxes life span is about 7 to 10 years.
The biome where you would find a grey fox would be temperate and rain forests. Two biotic factors you would find in a grey foxes habitat would be grasshoppers and trees. Two abiotic factors you would find in a grey foxes habitat would be nuts like acorns and grains like wheat.
Food Chain
Biotic Limiting Factor
Abiotic Limiting Factor
Adaptation Feature
Conservation Status
According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) the grey fox conservation status is least concerned.
An adaptation feature of a grey foxes population is their ability to learn and adapt to new situations. The grey fox does that so if they move somewhere they can still try to adapt to that habitat.
Grey Fox
An abiotic limiting factor that affects the grey fox population would be a forest fire. A forest fire would destroy the habitat of the grey fox. The grey fox could die. The grey fox could also move away.
A biotic factor that affects the grey fox population would be humans hunting and killing the grey fox. Hunters could also destroy there habitat. They could do that by walking through there habitat and destroying it.
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