A Foxy Quiz

Can you guess these facts about foxes in nature and pop culture?
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Last updated: September 4, 2022
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Most common type of fox
Red Fox
Ancient Greek fabulist who wrote "The Fox and the Crow"
Foxes were introduced to this country in order to regulate the growing
overpopulation of rabbits in 1855
Region where the white foxes live
Arctic (North Pole)
British author who wrote "Fantastic Mr Fox"
Roald Dahl
There is a sanctuary for foxes in the city of Shiroishi in this country
German WWII general who was nicknamed the "Desert Fox" by his British adversaries
Erwin Rommel
Country from which fox hunting originated in the 16th century
Web browser that was created by the Mozilla Foundation in 2002
English language word for a female fox
English folklore character who is depicted as a fox in a 1973 Disney movie
Robin Hood
2016 Disney movie that featured a fox named Nick Wilde
Novel by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, that features a fox who teaches
the main character several life lessons
The Little Prince
Type of fox, with big ears, that is found in the Sahara desert
Fennec Fox
Founder of the "Fox Corporation"
Rupert Murdoch
Another word for fox (hint: starts with R)
Famous people with the word "Fox"
in their last name
Portrayed Ray Charles
Jamie Foxx
Female star of "Transformers"
Megan Fox
Portrayed Marty McFly
Michael J. Fox
President of Mexico, 2000-2006
Vicente Fox
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