A new strain of a tick-born bacterium was recently discovered in red foxes ranging throughout Austria.
A recent eradication process removed 242 non-native arctic foxes from Chirikof Island in Alaska. The invasive species was originally introduced for fur farming but has since become a nuisance, threatening natural habitats and bird populations.
An exceptionally rare red fox species was recently spotted in Yosemite National Park for the first time in nearly a century, reassuring conservationists that at least the fox is still around.
An unlikely predator pair tips the population scales away from coyote dominance in North America.
Researchers have uncovered the fossils of a hyper-carnivorous fox that once roamed the frozen Tibetan Plateau. This and other fossil evidence helps support the theory that the great majority of polar carnivores originated from ancient Tibet.