Merits to be known as one of the only canids species with the skill to climb trees, Gray foxes are mostly found in parts of both the North America and southern Canada, and they have been thriving for over 3.6 million years. This breed is usually identified by its normal black and white speckled coat with a black-tipped tail. Silver fox does not discriminate (in the wild) based on color, and mates with red foxes. It range in color- from all black to a bluish-grey. This fox specie is technically the same specie as the red fox with the duo having just a slight different genetic pigmentations. Sadly, as a result of its gorgeous coat, silver fox is killed for fur.
Marble fox has no direct connection with the arctic fox, but often called the arctic marble Fox. This beautiful breed is not a naturally occurring coloration, but breed by humans for it unique beautiful coloring.
Most commonly found in the North America, Cross Fox is another color variation of that classic Red Fox which has an approximately 47 sub-species.Most commonly found in the North America, Cross Fox is another color variation of that classic Red Fox which has an approximately 47 sub-species.
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