Foxes are distant relatives of wolves.
They are a little bit bigger than a cat.
Foxes are omnivores, meaning they eat almost anything from rabbits, birds, berries, worms to spiders and jam sandwiches.
A group of foxes is called a skulk or a leash.
They have excellent hearing and good night vision.
They live in underground earth holes called dens or earths.
They have retractable claws and long whiskers.
They hunt alone and mainly at night time.
Baby foxes are called cubs.
A female fox is a Vixen.
A male fox is a dog.
A fox can run 30 miles /hour
Foxes have over 20 different calls to communicate with each other.