Wildlife

Infographic: Canada's four foxes

Explore this infographic to find out more about Canada's four resident fox species.
  • Feb 08, 2016
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Infographic: Alissa Dicaire/Nick Walker Expand Image
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Foxes live in every province and territory and thrive in habitats from barren tundra to wide-open prairie to busy urban centres. Some even den high up in the trees. Look below to find out more about Canada’s four resident fox species.

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