Red Fox

Red Fox

Though it is called a red fox, this canine can be red, black and a number of shades in between. Both an opportunistic scavenger and a skilled hunter of small animals, the red fox has adapted the technique of sometimes catching its prey and burying it in snow or dirt for consumption at a later time.

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Invertebrates

  • Acropora
  • African Giant Millipede
  • American Lobster
  • Asian Forest Scorpion
  • Bali Green Slimer
  • Banded Coral Shrimp
  • Bat Star
  • Black Chiton
  • Blood Star
  • Blue Hydnophora
  • Blue Mushroom Coral
  • Bubble Tip Anemone
  • Button Coral
  • Cabbage Leather Coral
  • Chilean Rose-Haired Tarantula
  • Christmas Anemone
  • Cleaner Shrimp
  • Colt Coral
  • Condylactus Anemone
  • Darkling Beetle
  • Desert Hairy Scorpion
  • Dwarf Cuttlefish
  • Emperor Black Scorpion
  • Fish Eating Anemone
  • Frogspawn Coral
  • Giant Green Anemone
  • Giant Green Polyp Duncan
  • Giant Pacific Octopus
  • Giant Plumrose Anemone
  • Goblins Fire Zoanthid
  • Green Nepthea
  • Gumboot Chiton
  • Halloween Crabs
  • Indonesian Torch
  • Kenya Tree Coral
  • Keyhole Limpet
  • Leather Star
  • Madagascar Hissing Cockroach
  • Magicians Zoanthid
  • Mexican Fireleg Tarantula
  • Nassarius Snails
  • Open Brain Coral
  • Orange Capricornis
  • Pencil Urchin
  • Peppermint Shrimp
  • Pineapple Coral
  • Pink Sea Star
  • Purple Chalice Coral
  • Purple Sea Urchin
  • Purple Ochre Star
  • Purple Tree Gorgonian
  • Red Banded Trochus Snail
  • Red Mushroom Coral
  • Ricordea Mushroom Coral
  • Rose Bubble Tip Anemone
  • Scarlet Reef Hermit Crab
  • Sonoran Centipede
  • Stimpson's Star
  • Stylophora Coral
  • Sun Dendrophyllia
  • Sunflower Star
  • Swimming Anemone
  • Tanzanian Whip Scorpion
  • Tectum Snail
  • Toadstool Mushroom Leather Coral
  • Trochus Snail
  • Upside-down Jellyfish
  • Vermillion Star
  • Watermelon Mushroom Coral
  • White-Spotted Anemone
  • White-Spotted Rose Anemone
  • Zoanthids