FANDOM


Fox, European Red

Best known for its red coat, the European red fox (Vulpes vulpes crucigera) were intentionally introduced in Australia in the 1850s for recreational hunting and have since spread across most of the continent. They were also introduced in the eastern United States and can be found throughout the country. It can survive in a wide variety of environments, including tundra, deserts, and disturbed areas, indicating that the species is exceptionally good at adapting to its surroundings. They continue to expand their range, and are now the most widely distributed carnivore in the world.

Gallery

Books

Also See

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.