Fox in tall grass
Photo by Jessica Friedman

Sholeh

Sholeh is the most human-oriented and friendly of his five siblings—perhaps he got it from his father. It’s always fascinating to see how different each animal can be, coming from the same parents, and how the qualities pass down each generation in different mixes of ancestry, similar to humans

Fox Facts from the National Wildlife Federation: Red foxes have adapted well to suburban and rural communities. While other large predators have been pushed away from human development, red foxes took advantage of the changed habitat. They live in parks and woodland edges, and red foxes will readily eat whatever is available. Red foxes are solitary, so it is easy for them to hide and escape people.

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