- The Red River Zoo is the home of two Swift Fox.
- Zoo guests can check out their exhibit located next to the North American River Otter exhibit.
- Their den was originally built in 2011, but was expanded in 2019.
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Did You Know?
Swift Foxes tend to live in pairs.
A Swift Fox tends to live for about three to six years in the wild, whereas in captivity they are known to live for about 14 years.
The conservation status of the Swift Fox is Least Concern. In Canada, the Swift Fox population were hunted to extinction but have been reintroduced thanks to conservation efforts.
The Swift Fox is one of the fastest animals in the region of North America. It can run up to a speed of 37 mph (60 kph).