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What best describes the diet of a fox?



A. Herbivore
B. Omnivore
C. Eats Only Water
D. Carnivore

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Asked by Alfred Hook on Aug 11, 2017

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e.Pablo

E.Pablo

Answered on Sep 12, 2017

Foxes are a small to medium sized animal that belong to the canine family. The fox is an omnivorous animal, meaning their dietary requirements consist of small animals and insects and even some small reptiles and birds and may also survive on eggs and plants.

In the wild, a fox lifespan is only one to three years, but in some cases, some individuals have lived up to ten years. In many cases, foxes are considered to be a nuisance or a pest because of their opportunistic preying on a farmers’ small livestock and poultry making it an easy food source for the animal.

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John Smith

John Smith

Answered on Aug 11, 2017

Carnivore
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