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Hostility level: Neutral; kits/cubs are passive and adults are hostile towards some livestock. They can also be tamed/trained by feeding them meat of any kind, including rotten flesh and any kind of fish.

Behavior: They tend to behave like real foxes. They will attack chickens (like ocelots), and will attack sheep/rabbits too (like wolves). They will be neutral of the player, and can be lead on leashes, or can be given meat of any kind (including rotten flesh and any kind of fish) to tame them. They will be similar to a mix between wolves and ocelots. If an untamed fox is hit by any mob or player, it will attack this mob/player (but will only do .5 damage) and has a slight chance of inflicting poison on the mob that attacked it. Iron golem usually ignore them unless provoked. Llamas have a chance of attacking them if they're provoked as well, but will ignore them if tamed. Wild foxes have a health of 8, but tamed foxes have a health of 20.

Breedable?: Yes (with bones), however it usually works better if the foxes were tamed.

Appearance: A wild fox will usually take the appearance of the biome it's spawned in. A fox spawned in a forest/plains/other biome besides the ones listed will be a normal red fox. A fox spawned in the tundra/taiga/other cold biome will usually be an arctic fox, but has a chance of being a red fox as well. A fox spawned in the desert is usually a sandy-tan smaller fox with larger ears that appears similar to the fennec fox. All of these foxes appear very similar to their real life counterpart. Tamed foxes will look like normal foxes, except they can stand/sit and they wear a bandana that can be dyed like a wolf's collar (on default, the bandana is white). A hostile fox will look somewhat angry like a hostile wolf, with patches of bristling fur and red eyes.

Biome: Usually forest, plains, tundra/taiga, desert, and similar biomes, but it's generally any biome.

Attacked by: They usually aren't attacked by anything, but polar bears might attack arctic foxes on some occasions, resulting in a possible fight. Players can also attack foxes, but it also will result in the fox attacking this user. Golems (snow/iron) are usually peaceful towards foxes unless otherwise provoked. Wolves occasionally might attack foxes too, but this is rare.

Immune/resistant to?: Foxes take about 50% less fall damage than most mobs. Like wolves and ocelots, they can't get food poisoning as they can eat rotten flesh, raw chicken, pufferfish, even spider eyes and they are perfectly fine.

Weaknesses: Foxes are killed instantly if they eat cookies, like parrots.

Drops: A fox drops 1-3 raw chicken (it'll always be raw, even if the fox is on fire when it's killed), as well as usually 0-3 fox pelts. Red foxes specifically also drop 0-3 apples, arctic foxes drop 0-2 snowballs, and fennec foxes drop 0-2 sand. They drop 1-5 experience if killed by a player or tamed wolf as well. Like most baby animals, fox kits/cubs drop no items or experience.

Usage of drops: Fox pelts can be used to craft leather. They can also be made into carpet, or used as a decoration by crafting it into an animal pelt rug. (another new item?)
 
Hostility level: Neutral; kits/cubs are passive and adults are hostile towards some livestock. They can also be tamed/trained by feeding them the meat of any kind, including rotten flesh and any kind of fish.

Behavior: They tend to behave like real foxes. They will attack chickens (like ocelots) and will attack sheep/rabbits too (like wolves). They will be neutral to the player, and can be led on leashes, or can be given meat of any kind (including rotten flesh and any kind of fish) to tame them. They will be similar to a mix between wolves and ocelots. If an untamed fox is hit by any mob or player, it will attack this mob/player (but will only do .5 damage) and has a slight chance of inflicting poison on the mob that attacked it. Iron golem usually ignores them unless provoked. Llamas have a chance of attacking them if they're provoked as well but will ignore them if tamed. Wild foxes have a health of 8, but tamed foxes have a health of 20.

Breedable?: Yes (with bones), however, it usually works better if the foxes were tamed.

Appearance: A wild fox will usually take the appearance of the biome it's spawned in. A fox spawned in a forest/plains/another biome besides the ones listed will be a normal red fox. A fox spawned in the tundra/taiga/another cold biome will usually be an arctic fox but has a chance of being a red fox as well. A fox spawned in the desert is usually a sandy-tan smaller fox with larger ears that appears similar to the fennec fox. All of these foxes appear very similar to their real-life counterpart. how to train a fox in minecraft Tamed foxes will look like normal foxes, except they can stand/sit and they wear a bandana that can be dyed like a wolf's collar (on default, the bandana is white). A hostile fox will look somewhat angry like a hostile wolf, with patches of bristling fur and red eyes.

Biome: Usually forest, plains, tundra/taiga, desert, and similar biomes, but it's generally any biome.

Attacked by: They usually aren't attacked by anything, but polar bears might attack arctic foxes on some occasions, resulting in a possible fight. Players can also attack foxes, but it also will result in the fox attacking this user. Golems (snow/iron) are usually peaceful towards foxes unless otherwise provoked. Wolves occasionally might attack foxes too, but this is rare.

Immune/resistant to?: Foxes take about 50% less fall damage than most mobs. Like wolves and ocelots, they can't get food poisoning as they can eat rotten flesh, raw chicken, pufferfish, and even spider eyes and they are perfectly fine.

Weaknesses: Foxes are killed instantly if they eat cookies, like parrots.

Drops: A fox drops 1-3 raw chicken (it'll always be raw, even if the fox is on fire when it's killed), as well as usually 0-3 fox pelts. Red foxes specifically also drop 0-3 apples, arctic foxes drop 0-2 snowballs, and fennec foxes drop 0-2 sand. They drop 1-5 experiences if killed by a player or tamed wolf as well. Like most baby animals, fox kits/cubs drop no items or experience.

Usage of drops: Fox pelts can be used to craft leather. They can also be made into carpets or used as a decoration by crafting them into animal pelt rugs. (another new item?)
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