Carnivores In Pennsylvania. By Kevin Moran. Reach breeding maturity at around 3 to 4 years old Gestation period is 7 to 8 months Two to three cubs at birth are more common than single births. Black Bears ( Ursus americanus ) . Fox’s. Two kinds can be found in PA Red Fox Grey Fox.
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Gestation period is 7 to 8 months
Two to three cubs at birth are more common than single births.Black Bears (Ursus americanus)
Two kinds can be found in PA
Can be described as being mostly red with a white belly but can be silver or black as well.
Has gold colored eyes which helps it hunt at night
Can reach a weight of 6 to 15 pounds
Diets consist of mostly moles and rabbits with the occasional deer fawnRed Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Can scurry up and down trees for food
color consists of pepper brown back and white smudge around its nose; tawny sides, neck, and legs; a white belly; and a black stripe along its back and tail
Diet consists mostly of rabbits and small mammals
Breed around FebruaryGrey Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus)
On rare occasions, can be albino
Most susceptible wild animal to rabiesRaccoon(Procyon lotor)