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red foxes use the earth's magnetic field as a ‘range finder’ or targeting system to measure distance to its prey and thus increase the accuracy of predatory attacks. [ Links to  Video ]

red foxes use the earth's magnetic field as a ‘range finder’ or targeting system to measure distance to its prey and thus increase the accuracy of predatory attacks. [ Links to Video ]

'Someone once told me I could be anything, so I decided to become a tree' #humor #animals

'Someone once told me I could be anything, so I decided to become a tree' #humor #animals

Darwin’s fox is critically endangered, due to its small numbers, with just two known populations. Greatest threat to survival on the mainland is the presence of unleashed dogs in Nahuelbuta National Park, which may attack the foxes & have the potential to transmit diseases. Despite dogs being prohibited from the park. The larger island population appears safer, with Chiloé National Park encompassing most of the still untouched rainforest of the island & containing a sizable fox population.

Darwin’s fox is critically endangered, due to its small numbers, with just two known populations. Greatest threat to survival on the mainland is the presence of unleashed dogs in Nahuelbuta National Park, which may attack the foxes & have the potential to transmit diseases. Despite dogs being prohibited from the park. The larger island population appears safer, with Chiloé National Park encompassing most of the still untouched rainforest of the island & containing a sizable fox population.

Their old coat moults and is replaced by the new one by early autumn making their colours stand out beautifully.

Their old coat moults and is replaced by the new one by early autumn making their colours stand out beautifully.

A Red Fox Mother ~ With Her Young "Kit."      (Photo By: Mike Clark.)

A Red Fox Mother ~ With Her Young "Kit." (Photo By: Mike Clark.)

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