What Does a Red Fox Eat?


Some of the foods that a red fox eats include bugs, fruits, grasshoppers, beetles, crickets, berries, nuts, rodents, rabbits, birds and grains. It is mainly found in forests, grasslands, mountains and deserts. Like a dog it, catches rabies.
Q&A Related to "What Does a Red Fox Eat"
Rodents, vegetation, insects, human garbage, young deer, and wild boar are all eaten by red foxes.
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Ask.com Answer for: what does a red fox eat
The Red Fox is an omnivore and eats a variety of foods. The Red Fox eats small mammals like birds, rabbits and mice. Their diet also includes fruits, grasses and berries.
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