Foxes use sounds to communicate with each other. They have a repertoire of about 28 different sounds include greeting, threat, defensive, excitement, fighting and submissive calls.
The most frequently heard red fox vocalizations are a quick series of barks, and eerie screamy howls. Fox vocalizations are higher-pitched than that of a dog, because foxes are usually much smaller than dogs. The barks are very high-pitched, almost yippy ow-wow-wow-wow sounds. Its bark is sometimes mistaken for an owl hooting.
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