The Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) is a small canid native to much of North America and Eurasia, as well as northern Africa. It is the most recognizable species of fox and in many areas it is referred to simply as "the Fox".
The Red Fox is by far the most widespread and abundant species of fox, found in almost every single habitat in the Northern Hemisphere, from the coastal marshes of United States, to the alpine tundras of Tibetan Plateau. It is capable of co-existing with more specialized species of foxes, such as Arctic Fox, in the same habitat. It is nowhere near extinction, and its amazing adaptiveness is driving many other less competent species into extinction.Today, the red fox has a range spanning most of North America and Eurasia, southern Australia, and with several populations in North Africa. The Red Fox is found in a variety of biomes, from prairies and scrubland to forest settings. It is most suited to lower latitudes but does venture considerably far north, competing directly with the Arctic Fox on the tundra.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Red_Fox - 29.04.2010
The Red Fox is a beautiful and non-reversible animal.