Darwin's fox Pseudalopex fulvipes is considered because of their small known population of 250 mature individuals as well as their restricted distribution.
To get rid of the dense winter coat, foxes once a year around April; the process begins from the feet, up the legs, and then along the back.
Bat-eared foxes have six extra molars, totalling in 48 teeth.
The global distribution of foxes, together with their widespread reputation for cunning, has contributed to their prominence in popular culture and folklore in many societies around the world.
In the largest species, the , males weigh on average between 4.
Urban foxes have been identified as threats to cats and small dogs, and for this reason there is often pressure to exclude them from these environments.