The fox is a mammal found in the Temperate Forest. Foxes range in color. They can be orange, red and black or silver. Foxes can weigh up to 31 pounds. Foxes are 14-20 inches tall at the shoulder. They are on average 1 foot and 8 inches long. A fox has really big ears to hear what it cannot see.
A fox is related to the dog family. That includes: wolves, pugs, and bull dogs. A fox is an omnivore. A fox eats Vole mice, grass, plantains, rabbits, frogs, and berries. Foxes do not have any unusual eating habits.
Foxes live on every continent except Antarctica. Foxes live in dens. The dens have more than one opening to escape if a predator enters. A den is like a cave. A fox lives with other foxes.
A foxes enemies are wolves, coyotes, bobcats, wild dogs, and large cats. Foxes make burrows to escape its enemies. An interesting fact about a fox is about the size of a dog. Foxes are always active in the night, and are rarely active during the day.