Foxes are passive creatures that are generated within the Taiga biome. They are nocturnal animals, sleeping during the day and active at night. They are very fast, although not as fast as ocelots. Foxes can be tamed by players.
Although they are passive animals, foxes attack chickens, turtles, rabbits, salmon, cod and tropical fish. On the other hand, they flee from gamblers and wolves. Orange foxes prefer to attack terrestrial entities, such as rabbits, turtle hatchlings and chickens. While white foxes prefer to attack aquatic creatures, such as tropical fish, cod and salmon.
Foxes sleep during the day, although they will run away if a creature or player approaches. Although if we approach with the character crouched down, they will not run away. Foxes are able to capture, with their mouths, any object lying on the ground, so we will usually see them carrying things in their mouths. During the night, the foxes carry out their activities, which mainly consist of entering the villages to try to steal the villagers’ crops.
The area of fox generation will always be the Taiga biome, although within this biome, they will be generated in the sub-biomes of giant tree taiga and snowy taiga biomes. Less frequently they may be generated in villages within Taiga. They are most often spawned at night, as they are nocturnal animals.
Foxes will always breed in groups of two to four. Only 5% of the foxes generated will be fox cubs. Foxes spawned in the snowy taiga biome, instead of having orange fur, will have white fur.
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