Amazing Fox Coloring Pages

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On this page, you will be able to find illustrations to print and color the foxes. There will be some for all tastes and all ages. Some of the pictures are especially suitable for the youngest ones. So, good fox coloring!

The fox is a mammalian animal that weighs six to seven kilos. It has a long, pointed snout, large, erect ears, five claws on its front legs, and four claws on its hind legs.

Amazing Fox Coloring Pages

Cute Baby Fox Coloring Pages
Cute Baby Fox Coloring Pages
Cute Fox Coloring Pages
Cute Fox Coloring Pages
Detailed Fox Coloring Pages
Detailed Fox Coloring Pages
Fennec Fox Coloring Pages
Fennec Fox Coloring Pages
Fox Adult Coloring Pages
Fox Adult Coloring Pages
Fox And The Hound 2 Coloring Pages
Fox And The Hound 2 Coloring Pages
Fox And The Hound Coloring Pages
Fox And The Hound Coloring Pages
Fox Coloring Pages For Adults
Fox Coloring Pages For Adults
Adult Coloring Pages Fox
Adult Coloring Pages Fox
Adult Fox Coloring Pages
Adult Fox Coloring Pages
Anime Fox Coloring Pages
Anime Fox Coloring Pages
Anime Fox Girl Coloring Pages
Anime Fox Girl Coloring Pages
Arctic Fox Coloring Pages
Arctic Fox Coloring Pages
Artic Fox Coloring Pages
Artic Fox Coloring Pages
Baby Fox Coloring Pages
Baby Fox Coloring Pages
Cartoon Fox Coloring Pages
Cartoon Fox Coloring Pages
Coloring Pages For Adults Fox
Coloring Pages For Adults Fox
Coloring Pages For Kids Fox
Coloring Pages For Kids Fox
Coloring Pages Fox
Coloring Pages Fox
Coloring Pages Of Fox
Coloring Pages Of Fox

The fox’s fur is reddish-brown, and its belly is white, as is the tip of its tail. Its hair thickens in preparation for the cold season. It digs a deep, high burrow to hide in, but often borrows another animal’s burrow.

It’s a greedy and very cunning animal. It can swim, it hunts at night, and even hunts in water. Foxes generally live in groups.

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Fox Coloring Pages

Kawaii Fox Coloring Pages
Kawaii Fox Coloring Pages
Kawaii Fox Girl Coloring Pages
Kawaii Fox Girl Coloring Pages
Printable Fox Coloring Pages
Printable Fox Coloring Pages
Realistic Fox Coloring Pages
Realistic Fox Coloring Pages
Red Fox Coloring Pages
Red Fox Coloring Pages
Tails The Fox Coloring Pages
Tails The Fox Coloring Pages
The Fox And The Hound Coloring Pages
The Fox And The Hound Coloring Pages
Fox Coloring Pages For Kids
Fox Coloring Pages For Kids
Fox Coloring Pages Free Printable
Fox Coloring Pages Free Printable
Fox Coloring Pages Free
Fox Coloring Pages Free
Fox Coloring Pages Printable
Fox Coloring Pages Printable
Fox Coloring Pages To Print
Fox Coloring Pages To Print
Fox Coloring Pages
Fox Coloring Pages
Fox Girl Coloring Pages
Fox Girl Coloring Pages
Fox In Socks Coloring Pages
Fox In Socks Coloring Pages
Fox Mandala Coloring Pages
Fox Mandala Coloring Pages
Fox Printable Coloring Pages
Fox Printable Coloring Pages
Free Fox Coloring Pages
Free Fox Coloring Pages
Free Printable Fox Coloring Pages
Free Printable Fox Coloring Pages
Hard Fox Coloring Pages
Hard Fox Coloring Pages

They are carnivorous animals that are also very sociable. Discover the most beautiful pictures of this funny animal. The fox is usually reddish-brown, but there are also white foxes.

The fox can live in a wide variety of places: in the mountains, parks, woods. It lives in a burrow that often has 3 to 4 entrances. The burrow is not always occupied, although females stay in their habitat the longest to have their young.

The fox covers the burrow with her hair to welcome her babies. During the day, the fox usually shelters under roots or in a wooden dam.

The fox’s diet is very varied: rodents, birds, insects, eggs, and earthworms. It eats few moles but kills hedgehogs. In the city, the fox can forage in garbage cans for food. In summer and spring, the fox eats fruits that have fallen from trees.

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The fox likes to vary its food and often hides what it finds to give it to the fox. It is more often the males who hunt and who travel the most kilometers to find food.

Males mate from December to February. The gestation period is 52 days, and the female can bear 4 to 5 young. The female can have only one litter per year. The babies weigh 100g at birth and have dark brown fur.

The fox’s face does not turn red until the fourth week when the snout becomes elongated. The babies are born deaf and blind and need their mother for the first three weeks. They are weaned after six weeks and start eating meat at four weeks.