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A fox who shows up in fables and legends and boasts of cleverness. Foxes, like dogs and wolves, are mammals belonging to the canine family. They live in almost every place on the planet and are friendly to humans.

It differs from breed to breed, but it is characterized by having a large ear of a triangle rising in the head as a whole, and a long, fluffy tail. If you want to make these cute foxes as pets, it is a good idea to look at the characteristics of each breed and choose the fox that best matches you.

It reveals the most popular fox varieties as pets.

Red fox

Widely popular with most people, this red fox lives throughout the Northern Hemisphere, usually found in southern North America, Iceland and the Himalayas, but today it is found in Australia. They live in forests, grasslands, tundra, and coastal areas.

The color of hair varies from brown to gray, and it has similar habits to dogs than other species, such as living comfortably. The body is bigger than Penech fox, smells more, and requires a large space, such as digging the ground and playing. Although it seems a little inappropriate for raising at home, most carers who raise red foxes say they are as pet-like as domestic cats.

Arctic fox

As its name suggests, it is found in northern Europe, near the North Pole, and in Russia, Alaska, and the Kuril Islands. It has a habit and temperament similar to a red fox, but it is a little smaller and is not a common species for pets. This is because the environmental conditions in which Arctic foxes can live are very demanding and require careful attention. In addition, many countries and regions do not recognize arctic foxes as pets.

The ears are smaller than other varieties and the density of the hair is very high to withstand the harsh environment of the habitat. The hair is also completely white in winter, but it turns gray or brown in summer, especially in the ears, legs and face areas, which are characterized by darker changes to attract more sunlight. This allows you to adapt to all extreme environments and seasons.

Phenec fox

The Phoenician fox, also called a desert fox, has a more exotic feel than other species. It has long been loved as a pet for a long time. Habitat is a desert zone in the Sahara Desert, the Sinai Peninsula, and northern Southeastern Arabia, and is famous for its small size, large ears, and relatively long shelf life.

The biggest feature is the enormous ears compared to the head. The snout is pointed and the tail is long and fluffy. And the feet are covered with fluffy fur to protect them from the hot sand of the desert.

On the other hand, although the species has not been classified as an endangered species, the number of peat fox habitat has been greatly destroyed and the number of individuals is gradually decreasing. This can be a big problem in the future.

Gray fox

It is also called Gray Fox, an American breed, found in Canada, Mexico and southern Venezuela. Size is similar to coyote, but ears are longer and snout and legs are shorter.

There is a good habit of riding the trees, and some call tree fox. This is their unique ability, a feature rarely found in other canines. Because it is very agile, when it comes down from the tree, its head or tail comes first. I prefer to live in a nocturnal environment with a deciduous forest or dump. The hair is generally gray, but the neck, face, and chest areas are red.

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