These sites have information about several different types of foxes. Learn about their physical characteristics and habitats. View photographs, short videos, and take an online quiz.
Defenders of Wildlife provides information about endangered species worldwide. This page features brief facts about the swift fox and its natural history.
This drawing of a fox can be printed out for coloring. NOTE: This site includes Google banner ads.
This illustration of a Fennec fox can be printed out for coloring. NOTE: This site includes Google banner ads.
Read a brief introduction about the Arctic fox.
Read a brief introduction about the red fox.
This site is about the Swift fox. Click on "I am a Swift Fox" to read a student's essay.
Read this encyclopedia entry about foxes. NOTE: This site includes ads.
Scroll down to see what the tracks of a gray fox look like.
Learn more about the red fox through this student created site.
Learn more about characteristics of the arctic fox and see pictures. NOTE: This site includes banner ads.
Learn more about characteristics of the fennec fox and see pictures. NOTE: This site includes banner ads.
This National Geographic feature includes information, still photos, audio, and video clips about the arctic fox.
This site contains detailed information about the red fox. Under the "Up Close" tab, listen to audio clips of foxes and see dimensions of their paw print under "The Fox Trot" tab. NOTE: Some of the fox photographs are gruesome under the 'Conflicts' section. There is also a message board on this site.
This is another site devoted extensively to red foxes. The reading level may be above some students, but the information is comprehensive and can be modified to fit lessons as needed.
Learn more about different types of foxes. Watch a video clip about red foxes in Australia. NOTE: This site includes banner ads.
This site contains 76 images of foxes in different outdoor locations.
Learn more about fox characteristics, locations, habitats, diets, life cycles, and behaviors at this site.
Learn basic facts and use this sheet to color and identify parts of a fox. NOTE: This site contains Google ads.
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