Red foxes are omnivorous mammals that live around the world in diverse habitats such as forests, grasslands, mountains and deserts. Foxes are solitary animals, but during the winter breeding season, they court and mate. ... More »

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A kid-friendly fact about arctic foxes is that its tail is called a brush. The fox actually curls its tail around its body and over its face to protect itself from the harsh arctic winds. Its thick fur and short legs pre... More »

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The fennec fox, also called the "desert fox," is the smallest known species of fox. This creature lives in the deserts of the Middle East and northern Africa, and grows to be between 9 and 16 inches long and 2 and 3 poun... More »

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Black rhinos are large herbivores found in grasslands, deserts and forests in Africa. They are browsers that feed on twigs, woody shrubs, small trees, legumes and grass, manipulating them with their prehensile upper lips... More »

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Wildcats are adaptable, hardy animals found in most habitats within their geographical range, including deserts, grasslands and forests. They typically avoid tropical rain forests and true deserts. The European wildcat m... More »

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To protect themselves from predators, red foxes build burrows and dens in grasslands. Sometimes young red fox pups are often snatched up by predators, but they mostly stay in the dens and are protected by their family. T... More »

Red foxes mature sexually and produce a litter at about 1 year of age. Pups are blind and helpless at birth and remain with parents for roughly half a year. Red foxes typically pair monogamously. More »