There are around 12 different species of fox found around the world, including our commonly known red fox. It belongs to the dog family, like wolves, jackals and domestic dogs. Foxes are solitary, which means that they live and hunt alone, although the families keep in contact by using a wide range of sounds. Their diet consists mainly of rodents, but also small birds, fruit, berries and bigger insects. Due to foxes’ scavenger nature, their numbers are growing in cities, where food is easly accessible in the urban streets.
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