Sunday, 18 September 2016
Few Facts about Fox
A Fox's den is called as 'Earth'.
The fox does not chew its food. Instead it uses its carnassial teeth to cut the meat into manageable chunks.
Foxes belong to the dog family.
Fox hunting is banned in Scotland in 2004 and England and Wales in 2006 under the Hunting Act.
Foxes are solitary animals.
Foxes are nocturnal in habit.
A female fox is called a 'vixen'and male fox is called a 'dog fox'.
A group of foxes is called a “skulk” or a 'leash'.
Fox is an omnivorous animal.
A newborn fox is called a 'pup'.
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