Reproduction is the creation of offspring, whether sexually or asexually.
According to an article written by Aisling Irwin, the urban fox population in England has skyrocketed in recent times. The estimated urban fox population of about 33,000 in the 1990s has increased exponentially, now numbering to an estimated 150,000. Findings showed that there are an average of 18 foxes per every square kilometer in the city of London.
Adapt to Environment
When an organism adapts to the environment, it changes its appearance and/or properties to survive.
For the first time, red foxes have been documented looking for baby koalas by climbing trees in Australia. Foxes may be preying on tree-dwelling animals because they are easier to hunt, as they are not used to fleeing in the presence of a fox (like rabbits would).