Explore the fascinating varieties of foxes found around the globe, their unique characteristics, and where to spot them in the wild.
Arctic Foxes thrive in extreme cold, changing coat colors with seasons for camouflage. Spot them in Iceland and Norway's Svalbard.
Red Foxes are the largest true foxes, adaptable to various habitats worldwide, from forests to urban areas.
Swift Foxes, small and agile, inhabit North America's western grasslands. They're known for their remarkable speed.
North America's smallest foxes, are desert dwellers with large ears for heat dissipation.
Corsac Foxes roam Central Asia's steppes and semi-deserts, known for their migratory habits and communal dens.
Native to southern Africa, are small with large ears, thriving in arid and semi-arid regions.
The elusive Pale Fox inhabits Africa's Sahel region, distinguished by a black-tipped tail and nocturnal habits.
Found in the Indian subcontinent, are known for their long, bushy tails and monogamous pairs.
With a unique square face, live in the high-altitude Tibetan Plateau, preying on pikas and rodents.
Blanford’s Foxes, among the smallest foxes, inhabit the Middle East's rocky terrains, adept at climbing.
Adapted to desert life, are found across North Africa and the Middle East, with large ears for cooling.
Fennec Foxes, the smallest canids, are Sahara Desert natives, known for their distinctive large ears.