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The common fox, or Red Fox, has a head and body about 60cm with a tail of about 40cm. It has sandy to redish-brown coloured fur with a greyish white underside. It has a bushy tail usually with a white tip.

Its preferred natural habitat is woodland, but increasingly can be found in urban areas. It feeds mainly on small mammals, squirrels and rabbits, but also eats insects, small birds, eggs, grass fruit and carrion. It is mainly noctural but can been seen during daylight hours.