Definition of red fox in English:

red fox

Syllabification: red fox

noun

A common fox with a reddish coat, native to both Eurasia and North America and living from the Arctic tundra to the southern temperate regions.
  • Vulpes vulpes, family Canidae
More example sentences
  • Other predators are red foxes, coyotes, wolves, bear, mountain lions, lynx, bobcats, eagles, and great horned owls.
  • In Wapusk you could see an Arctic fox and a red fox, a ptarmigan and a spruce grouse, a caribou and a wolf, a polar bear and even the odd grizzly - all in one day.
  • There are different foxes, there's the gray fox, the red fox, the arctic fox.

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