What Is the Plural of Fox?

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The plural of fox is foxes and the name refers to several species of omnivorous mammals from the Canidae family. They are small to medium in size and they are characterised by having a long narrow muzzle, and a bushy tail.
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The plural possessive is. foxes' Example use: All the. foxes' tails were caked with mud. Nouns ending in s, z, x, sh, and ch are made plural by adding "es" to the end of
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The plural of "Fox" is "foxes", for more than one. ChaCha on!
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The fox is an omnivorous animal. In addition to plant matter, its diet may include several small mammals. Commercially available fox urine can be used to humanely deter or control
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