Most red foxes that are taken by natural predators are young pups. Pups are kept in and near a den and protected by their family to avoid this. Adult red foxes may also be attacked by Canis latrans, Canis lupus, or other predators, but this is rarely in order to eat them. The most significant predators on red foxes are humans, who hunt foxes for their fur and kill them in large numbers as pests.
- eagles (Accipitridae)
- coyotes (Canis_latrans)
- gray wolves (Canis_lupus)
- bears (Ursidae)
- mountain lions (Puma_concolor)
- humans (Homo_sapiens)
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