Darwin’s Fox (Lycalopex fulvipes)
Also known as the Zorro Chilote or Darwin’s Zorro, Darwin’s fox is a critically endangered species of fox found only on Chiloe Island and Nahuelbuta National Park in Chile. Named after the famed naturalist Charles Darwin, Darwin’s fox like other foxes is an omnivore and will eat insects, small birds and mammals, and fruits and berries. Darwin’s foxes are primarily forest dwelling and tend to inhabit primary temperate forests and are most active at twilight and sunrise. Currently they are listed as critically endangered and there are only 320 individuals left, 250 on Chiole and around 70 on the mainland, Habitat loss and introduction of feral dogs and disease are major concerns for their survival.
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