What do foxes eat?

The fox is a wonderful predator. She belongs to the family of dog, but much of it is from cats: and grace, and playfulness, and the ability to hide claws and in case of danger and even climb a tree. She has perfect hearing. The fox can hear the rustling of the mouse under the ground at a distance of one hundred meters! And it definitely determines her mink. For fox hunters, there is even a special term for “mousing.” Lovely sounds, but it means fox hunting for rodents. The fox will fall to the ground, listen, and then, like a strained bowstring, breaks and will certainly catch a mouse.

. A chain of fox trails no hunter will confuse with other people’s tracks. Breaking away from the chase, the fox will go to look for a secluded place. Despite the myth that foxes live in burrows, the fox mostly sleeps under the bush. He will curl up, put a sharp muzzle on his paws, and hide his tail like a fluffy blanket.

In the hole, the fox takes off the offspring, cares, and it will not be needed until the spring of the burrow. By the way, the fox burrows not often, but usually uses moles. Sometimes even reconciles with his neighborhood, if only there were spare moves and exits.