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Vulpes Velox


A red fox with a chipmunk for her young ones

Foxes have a primarily carnivorous diet, a significant portion of which is made up of small mammals. Fruits, berries, insects, birds and plant matter round out the rest of it when the opportunity arises.

Besides human beings, foxes have the largest natural distribution of any land mammal. Red foxes were introduced into Australia in the early 1800s for the purpose of traditional fox hunting, and there are now an estimated 7.2 million of them throughout most of the continental mainland.

Due to its rapid spread and ecological impact, the red fox has been classified as one of the most damaging invasive species in Australia. Their proliferation has coincided with the spread of rabbits in Australia, another invasive species introduced around the same time, and is one of the foxes key food sources.



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