A radio-tagged adult male fox, Vulpes vulpes (Linnaeus, 1758), has been monitored for seven months in Central Spain. The diet, determined by scat analysis, picked up in its home range, was unspecialized. The home range size was 113 ha. It used a daily average of the 35.6% of the home range, mainly with zig-zag movement pattern, selecting positively human settlements. The rest sites changed frequently and the activity was mainly nocturnal.
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