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Mysterious and dividing opinion, the red fox has been celebrated by some for its resourcefulness, and hated by others for hunting chicken and other small farm animals. Together with a range of folklore stories and newspaper headlines, this remarkable animal often reminds us of its presence.

As part of our successful RSPB Spotlight book series, Mike Unwin explores how the red fox's versatility has allowed it to thrive across the northern hemisphere, from desert and mountain to farmland and urban jungle. With all aspects of the red fox's biology and lifestyle, including hunting and caching food, defending a territory, raising a litter and communication strategies.
Unwin even looks at the often troubled relationship between fox and man.

By Mike Unwin

Paperback 128 pages ISBN 978-1472912091 Dimensions 14.8 x 21.3 x 21.1 cm
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