Foxes are a common type of wild animal found in America. There are several species of foxes that can be found throughout the continent, including the red fox, gray fox, kit fox, and arctic fox. Foxes are known for their slender build, bushy tails, and pointed snouts. They are typically carnivorous and hunt small animals such as rodents, birds, and insects. Foxes are also known for their adaptability and can be found in a wide range of habitats, including forests, grasslands, and urban areas. While foxes are generally not considered to be a threat to humans, they can occasionally cause problems by raiding chicken coops or causing damage to gardens. Fox hunting was once a popular sport in America, but is now banned in many states.