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Is there any one topic about foxes ? Let us start one... During my childhood, everytime the sly fox was exalted. Among European animals the fox had a place of pride.

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"  Golden Eagle Faces off with Fox with mange ".

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The Arabian red fox also has fur between its toes, to prevent burning of the feet. It is brownish pale red in color and approximately 2.7 kg (6 lbs) in weight.This fox is a mostly solitary animal, but may form loosely-knit social groups of a few individuals. They are nomadic, temporarily occupying defined home ranges.



Its diet consists of rodents, such as rats or mice, birds, such as pigeons, and fish as well as some desert vegetation or even carrion.


They are nocturnal, meaning they are mostly active at night.


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Fight in the air for a prey... Perhaps I'm wrong but the fox seems to be very young.

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I am really fond of black fox ! Irresistible...

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Fox running after a black fox

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Battle in the air... Seemingly the foy has at first caught a rabbit or a rodent. Then the eagle came to catch the fox which still held its prey...

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I just come to discover what is probably the following shot...

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Other shots of the battle discovered by "unwinding" the screen... With the last one, we can suppose that, finally, the fox gave its prey up to the eagle.





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A fox as it has always been in the people's imagination: cunning, hoaxer...

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Artic fox or polar fox...

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How to hear and catch a small prey under the snow...

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" Familicide. This term refers to the killing of someone’s own family member "


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He felt somethind into the snow.

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Acrobatic dispute !


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