What Noises Do Foxes Make?

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Foxes have different ways of communicating depending on the type of message they are conveying. They can bark (more like a quick 'yip') to express sudden surprise or give a series of barks to alert the others that something is up. They also growl as a warning sign to other foxes or animals of their preparation to fight; it shows defensiveness. When they whine or whimper, they communicate submission or use it as a way of soothing the young ones to keep quiet.
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Foxes make a number of noises. They can make high-pitched wail, a yipping bark, and can also produce chuckles type sounds. Foxes also produce howl like crying, squeaking sounds, purring sounds, and many more noises.
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They have a variety of dog-like sounds. They have a short yip, like a bark. Sometimes it's drawn out, like a yawning sort of howl/bark. And a snuffly sort of growl when agitated.
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It makes a low hehehehehehehehe.
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I looked this up on YouTube not long ago. The noises they make are quite fascinating. If you heard these sounds outside, you would never guess that it was a fox! Hurry, go to YouTube
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