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Distribution: UK and most of Europe, North Africa, North America, Canada as far north as some arctic islands, and parts of Asia.Also found throughout China, northern India and Australia (introduced for hunting).Can be excluded from pet/livestock enclosures with effort, but very difficult to exclude from garden completely.
It seems that my original attempts to break up the information in the main articles (using menu sections) has helped, but several people have expressed an interest in a summary of the information; a "quick fix", if you like.Most common characteristic is white chin and underside with white tip to the tail and amber eyes.Four main colour phases (Red, White, Silver and Cross), which are genetically inherited.Communicate with scent and body language at close range and with calling over longer distances.Tendency to surplus kill and cache left-over frequently leads to false interpretation that foxes kill for 'sport'. Predators of adults in most of UK non-existent (potentially Golden eagles in Scotland), although cubs may fall victim to various predators (esp.
Home ranges may overlap with neighbours; core areas don’t and are violently defended against interlopers. Mammals, birds, reptiles, insects, fish, amphibians, fruit, vegetables, grass and human rubbish. Cubs presented with solid food from 3 wks old and emerge from den in early May (ca. Behaviour and Sociality: Normally solitary (or in pairs); can occur in family groups where resources allow (e.g. When in groups, family members may help care for subsequent litters (guard, feed and play with cubs), but subordinates rarely breed.