The Red Fox, the most widespread and abundant species of fox, is native to much of North America, Europe, Asia and North Africa. It lives in various environments, from prairies to forests, and also adapts well to human environments like farms and suburban areas. Known for its cunning, it is an omnivorous, opportunistic feeder. While primarily carnivorous, it will eat almost anything is can find, like insects, small animals like birds, fish and frogs and occasionally fruits and seeds. Foxes are solitary hunters, but even so will sometimes prey on animals as large as a crane or a small deer. As its name suggests, the Red Fox generally has a reddish-brown coat, but can also have a silver-gray color.