A skulk, a leash, and an earth are the main collective nouns for Foxes. A skulk is a group of foxes, a leash is a group of three foxes, and an earth is a den or burrow of foxes. Other collective nouns for Foxes include a lead and a troop.
A group of three foxes is referred to as a leash. The term leash is derived from the Old English word l?ase.
The collective noun skulk is derived from the Old Norse word skulka, which means to hide or lurk. This term was used to describe a group of foxes that were hiding or lurking in the shadows.