The thing is, teachers do not assign homework questions because they need to know the answers; nor, in many cases, do they really care whether you know all there is to know about foxes. What they want you to learn is the process of finding information. Unless your father is Bill Gates or Ted Turner, chances are you will someday have to look up information on your own without just asking someone to give you the answers. That's what homework is about: learning how to find information... learning how to learn!
If you've really tried your hardest and still can't find some obscure fact or data regarding foxes, please feel free to write to us and we'll see what we can dig up for you. We're not experts; we're just folks who like foxes (and other animals), and we've made a habit of picking up lots of books on the subject.
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