Frequent question: How old can arctic foxes live?

Arctic foxes live for 3 or 4 years in the wild and up to 14 years in captivity.

What age do Arctic foxes die?

✅ How long do arctic foxes live? Arctic foxes live to be 10-15 years old in the wild, in captivity they can live to be around 18 years old.

How old is the oldest fox?

The oldest confirmed wild fox I have come across is a female ear-tagged as a cub in April 1981 by Jaap Mulder and his team on the North-Holland Dune Reserve in The Netherlands; the animal was killed by a police officer in April 1993 at the age of 12 years.

Do foxes make good pets?

The reality is they don’t make great pets, and in some states it is illegal to own one. Foxes are wild animals, meaning they have not been domesticated. Unlike other species like dogs and cats, which have been bred to live easily with people, foxes don’t do well as indoor animals.

What eats a arctic fox?

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