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    The Red fox is found in more places than any other wild canine living all over the Northern Hemisphere. From the Arctic Circle and all of Asia, to Central America and even the northern Africa. Kitsune in Japan are connected to the god Inari Ōkami, the god of rice, rice harvest, and prosperity for farmers. Inari’s messenger and friend is the fox, or foxes depending on the image. Thus there are fox statues at Shinto shrines dedicated to the god Inari. Besides fox statues the shrines are also known for the red Torri gates (traditional Japanese gates most commonly found at the entrance of or within a Shinto shrine, where it symbolically marks the transition from the profane to the sacred). The most famous one is Fushimi Inari (head shrine of Inari)…

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    Vulpes vulpes is the red fox. The red fox has a relatively long body with dense fur. The fur is typically a rusty red color and the legs are darker in color, sometimes even black. Foxes have black pointed ears and long canine teeth. On their underside, the fur is white from their nose down to their belly, orangish-red fur on its back, sides, and head. Red foxes have white fur under their neck and on their chest. A male fox, also called a “dog” weighs 10-12 pounds on average, while the…

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    The Red Fox is known for its fur color and long, bushy tail. The population of the Red Fox for pre-breeding is estimated at around 240,000 individuals. A large number of foxes are killed per unit area by gamekeepers and has increased steadily since the early 1960s in Britain, although they are wildey hunted it does not affect their population status. Some of physical Characteristics of the Red Fox is they have a coat of long guard hairs and soft fine underfur that is typically a rich reddish…

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    supporting the weight of the fluffy red fox as it wandered through the forest in search of prey. As a fresh blanket of snow began to fall, the firm snow the fox was effortlessly padding through quickly began to soften. The air was cold enough that the warm breath of the fox created a small billow of fog around his muzzle, but the fox paid no mind to the bitter temperature. A long, heavy coat of auburn fur served well in keeping the fox warm. Even if the unprotected nose of the fox managed to…

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    Ecology Essay Red foxes are very important to their ecosystem. They live in woodlands and parks, but an interesting thing about foxes is that they can also be domestic animals and live in home and farms. They play big roles in their ecosystems, food web, and other habitats by being somewhat of an invasive species. Let’s see why the Red Fox is so important. Red Foxes live in many diverse places in the world. Their habitats are mainly woodlands and forests, but can also be found in…

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    Red Fox Vs Domestic Dogs

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    The red fox can be compared to the domestic dog (basenji). The domestic dog and the red fox are around the same weight (15 lbs). The red fox has features of a dog, such as forepaws for speed and agility. Foxes even bark and howl like dogs. Both animals mark their territory by urination and are among the predator family. The brains of the domestic dog and the red fox are similar size. The brains have small prefrontal cortexes, but larger than ones of other animals. The cerebellum for both the fox…

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    Once upon a time, there were three boys and three girls in a red fox family. The brothers’ names were Doug, Jimmy, and Bruce. The sisters’ names were Daniela, Fiona, and Stephanie. One day, all of the kids and the pack went hunting. While they were hunting, the brothers and sisters ran off and got lost together! They walked for weeks and weeks and couldn’t find shelter or their parents. They tried to find some food, but it was very hard for them. They found some food by breaking ice and fishing…

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    Sandy Skoglund Essay

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    Skoglund herself. When she was three, she became ill with polio which paralyzed her left shoulder and weakened her left arm. Because of her injury, Skoglund often felt different from the other children, making her become extremely aware of the difference between appearances and reality--between how things may look and how they are. She may not look handicapped, but unfortunately, she is. (Wolf 39). Skoglund suffered from a disease which made her a bit handicapped, which caused her to believe…

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    Flying Fox Research Paper

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    My animal is a gray headed flying fox. It is a bat but is called a grey headed flying fox because, it looks like a fox with a gray head and it can fly. It is found along Australia's east coast from Rockhampton, Queensland in the north to Melbourne, Victoria in the south. It is called a megabat or (Megachiroptera) they are mammals which means animals that feed their young on milk. They like to “camp out” in trees, eucalypt forests and rainforests. Or in sclerophyll vegetation usually near water…

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    Arctic Fox Research Paper

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    The Arctic fox can survive frigid Arctic temperatures as low as –58°F in the treeless lands where it makes its home. It has furry paws, short ears, and a short muzzle all-important adaptations to the chilly climate Arctic foxes live in burrows, and in a blizzard they may tunnel into the snow to create shelter.Only fox that changes color,their white coat (sometimes gray)are used as camouflage.When the seasons change the fox’s coat turns into a bluish gray color.These colorings help foxes to…

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