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Kit Fox, 3rd grade Science Report, Animal Report

Kit Fox, 3rd grade Science Report, Animal Report

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  • 1. Cipatli A. Science Report Mr.Castrellon May 2014
  • 2. My animal is a kit fox. Also known as Vulpes macrotis. It is very cute.
  • 3. It eats kangaroo rats, cotton tail rabbits, black tailed jack rabbits, hares, prairie dogs, insects, lizards, snakes, fish, and ground dwelling birds.
  • 4. Good examples of common habitats are sagebrush and saltbush.
  • 5. Baby kit foxes are born in a den. They come out form their den at the age of 2 months. After that they stay near the den until after 5 months when they live on their own. The number of pups in a fox litter varies from one to as many as four-teen depending on the species. A mother kit fox usually has four or five pups in a litter. Foxes live in group family.
  • 6. Pup Juvenile Adult
  • 7. A kit fox is a very small animal but it is very intelligent. It usually has a gray coat, with rust tones and a black tip to its tail. The inside part of the kit foxes ears are white. The inner surfaces of the kit foxes ears are covered with thick fur that helps to keep out sand. Kit foxes are very fluffy.