We know that you love so much foxes, we decided to show you some examples of the most fascinating, so you’d know which type is your favorite!
The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is what usually comes to mind when you hear the word “fox,” which makes sense since it can be found throughout the Northern hemisphere. But this diverse and adaptive genus has species all over the world, all of which are especially adapted to thrive in their environments.
If you love foxes and think they look better in the wild than they do around someone’s neck, then you’ll definitely love seeing all of these foxes in their natural element!
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The arctic fox can be found throughout the Arctic Circle. Their thick fur keeps them from shivering in temperatures as low as -70 degrees Celsius (-94 Fahrenheit). These foxes have relatively short legs and snouts, which helps keep their surface area down and retain heat. (Image credits: Cecilie Sonsteby)