The Lobster-eating fox is a species of fox that eat lobsters. Its mouth is so powerful, it can crack a lobster's claws right off. It sometimes eats insects and birds when lobsters aren't around, but when it's hungry enough, it can hunt small to medium-sized mammals like deer, antelopes, goats, sheep, and harebucks. It is a carnivore. It lives on some islands where lobsters come out on the beach. There are many subspecies of lobster-eating foxes that live on islands near Asia, Africa, Europe, Australia, South America, and North America, except the islands near Antarctica.
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