Thursday, February 26, 2009

Swift Fox--W.B.

Sometimes in your attic or basement you see mice. It's like that outside but you don't always see them. If there would be no swift fox, there will be lots and lots of mice. The swift fox lives in the great plains of North America. They also live in the prairies of North America. They are brown and yellow tan colors on the sides of their legs. The swift fox eats rabbits, prairie dogs, mice, birds, berries, and seeds. One of the main threats is their habitat. The grass lands are becoming conservation areas. It would be sad if the swift fox went extinct because there would be lots of mice and if they carried parasites, lots of people in the future could die.

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