Red foxes are similar in size to small dogs, with total length averaging from 39-43 inches. They can be easily recognized by their reddish coats, black markings on their ears and feet, and especially the white tip on their tail. The red fox is an omnivore, so its diet consists of everything from fruits and vegetables to small mammals.
Red foxes can survive in a wide variety of habitats, including farmland, forests, and suburban areas. They live in concealed dens dug into the soil and will often move to a new den if disturbed. They can be active during both daytime at nighttime, but they are commonly spotted at dusk and dawn.
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