A red fox is an omnivore. Approximately 95 percent of its diet consists of meat that is both scavenged and hunted. Worms and insects may constitute the other 4 percent and fruit the remaining 1 percent. 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 »

Foxes do eat rabbits. In the food chain, rabbits are primary consumers that are herbivores, and foxes are secondary consumers. Secondary consumers can be either omnivores or carnivores. The fox is an omnivore, so while 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 »

The red fox is a mammal in the class Carnivora and the family Canidae (along with other foxes), and it lives throughout much of North America, most all of Europe and Asia and parts of Africa. The species also entered the... More »

Red foxes, which are omnivores, eat a wide variety of animal life but prefer small rodents such as mice, voles, hamsters, gerbils, gophers and woodchucks. They also hunt and eat opossums, raccoons, rabbits, birds, reptil... More »

Foxes are omnivores, since they eat both meat and vegetation. The fox generally feeds on small game, rabbits, birds and rodents, but they allow for flexibility within their habitats, eating vegetables and fruits, frogs, ... More »