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Hahaha! This fox is so silly!

Contributed by Sam Feldstone

Fox playing in and eating straw; Didn't know a fox could be this playful

Contributed by Sam Feldstone

Foxes can act like pet dogs and children sometimes. Notice the noises he makes

Contributed by Sam Feldstone

What does the fox say?

Beautiful photo!

Contributed by Adam Trujillo

Foxes make up to 40 different sounds in total, while dogs can make about 10.

Contributed by Juliana Hybner

The Arctic Fox, as you can guess by its name, is found in the arctic region of the world. They sometimes have a blue-gray coat instead of pure white. They hunt rodents, birds and fish, and will sometimes even eat vegetables.

Contributed by Bridget LaMonica

people say its impossible to tame a wild animal at all even fox because they are so clever well this people prove you can tame a fox.

Contributed by Rachel Gwizdala

Generally solitary hunters, foxes are highly intelligent and creative when hunting, and as a result they are often used in metaphors/similes to show wit in English literature. In many mythologies, foxes appear as intelligent and often mischievous creatures, very notable in east Asian mythologies where they are characterized as evil (The Chinese huli jing, Korean gumiho, and Japanese kyubi-no-kitsune are all popular examples). Interestingly, earlier Japanese fox myths seem to portray the fox as a benevolent spirit and messenger, and it is theorized that the introduction of Korean myth into Japanese culture caused the shift in the portrayal of the kitsune.

Contributed by Nico Wolfgang Hukriede

They tend to be orange

Contributed by Courtney Medlin