1. Foxy Loxy:
Unlike in the movie Chicken Little, this little fox is not the antagonist at all but rather the red fox species is the largest of the true foxes and also the most diverse fox species. They feed on rabbits, rodents, and birds but will even eat vegetables frogs and worms. They're graded adapting to their environments and are pretty agile to jumping as high as two meters to scale a fence.
2. 20th Century Fox:
Swift foxes and KITT foxes are very closely related and throughout history, they have been placed together as a single species as of late researchers have been putting them in two different categories because they're found in different geographical locations. Swift foxes are quite small around the size of a cat and found in North America in grassland areas like Texas-New Mexico and Colorado they eat small animals as well as berries and seeds. It used to be found as far up as Canada but their numbers have dwindled considerably.
3. Pounds of love:
A song made famous by Kate Bush and when you see these adorable little foxes you'll want to give them love. These little foxes live in North Africa and the Sahara Desert they have very large ears which helps them to handle the heat better. They're also great for hearing and they're so good they can hear preying moving in the sand.
4. Fantastic Mr. Fox:
This fox is also known as the common Fox or the wood fox but it prefers the other name given to them the Crab-eating Fox. It is obvious how he picked up that name and they're known to forage floodplains for their crabs. These foxes are found in Colombia Argentina Venezuela and Guyana and there are five different subspecies of this Fox.
5. The Fox and the Hound:
This is the Tibetan sand fox and it definitely was last in line when it came to looks in the Fox department however the square shape is not defined by bone structure but rather just excessive fur around the face area. Its species of true Fox found high in the Tibetan Plateau and in China at altitudes of roughly 50 300 meters they're always far away from humans and are sometimes known to hunt communally with bears.
6. Fox and socks:
There are two subspecies of this type of Fox generally found in Zambia South Africa and Angola there is confusion as to whether they're part of the true fox family or not they eat mainly termites and can live for as many as 13 years.
7. Swiper the Fox:
If you've ever watched Dora the Explorer you know the poor Fox has a bit of a bad name however if Swiper was as cute as these little KITT foxes he would probably be Dora's psychic and not boots the monkey. It's the smallest Fox in America and they're easy to spot with their unusually large ears. They have beautiful bushy tails and are able to run exceptionally fast, they're protected under the Utah wildlife code.
8. Foxy lady:
Nothing derogatory about that statement this gorgeous gray fox species lives in North America and its very unique characteristic is that they can climb trees. According to a wiki, they've been around for 3.6 million years they're solitary hunters and eat small rodents and lots of fruit.
9. Fixit Fox:
There is little known about this fox species its pale fur it blends in so well with the desert that surrounds them they're found mainly in Sudan and have long whiskers and a long bushy tail.
10. Crazy like a fox:
This is the fox you may also recognize it as the Peruvian desert fox or even the secure and Zorro they're found in the Sahara Desert which is located in Ecuador and North Western Peru. They are quite small around 60 centimeters in length and their tails around 25 centimeters. They eat small rodents, berries, beetles, and fruit and have sharp claws for digging for food and making their dens.
11. The Fox in the snow:
Also, a song sung by Belle and Sebastian and now meet the real Fox in the snow the arctic fox is common in the Arctic Circle and they have very thick coats to keep them warm in the snowy conditions where temperatures can get as low as minus 70 degrees Celsius or minus degrees Fahrenheit. They eat any small rodent they can find as well as fish and the carcasses left behind by bigger animals.
12. State clever little fox:
These beautiful foxes are Darwin foxes and they're quite dark in color with a pale belly. They can grow around 53 centimeters with tails and they live in the forests of South America, they feed on small mammals, birds, insects and fruit and breed only once a year producing two to three cubs at a time.
13. I am sometimes a fox and sometimes a lion:
Napoleon Bonaparte perhaps he would want to change that thought after seeing this unusual looking fox also known as the cross foxes. It's a variant of the red fox and they're found in North America, however, some have been spotted in Scandinavia. Their furs were often exported in the 19th century deemed more valuable than the pelt of a red fox but not as valuable as the pelt of a silver fox.
14. Heading to the island:
This is the Santa Catalina Island Fox and they have a great combination of coloring on their fur Gray's Browns cinnamon gold and white. There are six California Channel Islands where you find six subspecies of this Fox it said its small size is a result of insular dwarfism and has no immunity to any diseases brought on to the islands they were classed as an endangered species in 2004 and sadly in 1998 a canine distemper killed around 90% of the fox population.
15. Just for show:
The exotic Arctic marbled Fox is not a naturally occurring Fox in nature this is due to human intervention and these foxes are born in captivity it's due to genetic mutations that they achieve these unusual colors it's been thought that the first Arctic Marble was born in a silver fox litter in 1945 over in Norway and now they're sold purely for profits.
The Fox is once again one of the main protagonists at least he changes for the better this is the pompous Fox and as a medium-sized false fox or Zorro found mainly in the South American pampas which includes Uruguay Argentina Bolivia parts of Brazil and Paraguay they lead a solitary life and eat pretty much anything including snails and eggs they can have up to eat kits at a time and their main threat is being hunted for their fur.