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Red fox skull. X-ray of a young red fox skull (Vulpes vulpes). Its large canine teeth are used to bite and kill small animals, although, as an omnivore, it also eats fruit and vegetables. Red foxes are highly adaptable animals that are active by both day and night. They are generally solitary territorial animals, although family groups are not uncommon. Red foxes may reach a length of almost a metre and a weight of up to 7 kilograms.
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