"At the zoo we can give them lots of fun things to climb, in their exhibit here we always try to provide the option that they can get up high maybe try to climb a log somewhere and another cool thing about gray foxes is that not every day will that log be in the same place we try to keep their lives enriching by moving around the logs so they can climb in different areas," said Josselyn as she described their enclosure.
The red fox is one of the most widely distributed foxes we have here in Minnesota. They can live in many different habitats, one of them being in the woodlands so in for nests and trees and also grasslands, and they've also adapted to be able to live in urban areas as well.
Red foxes are also known for their speed and agility. They are able to run up to thirty miles an hour when hunting and can leap up to fifteen feet in a single bound.