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  1.   1.  Speech
  2.   2.  Uses
  3.   3.  Types
    1.   3.1  Gray Fox
    2.   3.2  Red Fox
  4.   4.  Notable 'Souls Individuals
  5.   5.  Additional Resources
    1.   5.1  Icons

There are only two fox species native to the region: the Gray Fox and the larger Red Fox. Foxes are solitary predators and are omnivorous, and generally prey on a wide variety of smaller prey animals, such as rodents, birds, and rabbits to name a few. The red fox is a much more wide-ranging species than the gray, which favors rocky, wooded, brushy regions. Foxes are known for growing thick winter coats that are dense, soft, silky and relatively long; they can become quite scraggly looking as they transition into their warmer summer coats.

Foxes cannot interbreed with Canis subspecies (e.g., wolves, jackals, and coyotes) despite their superficially similar appearance. Despite being canines, foxes also cannot become Luperci!

1.  Speech

According to our Speech Guide, this creature speaks High Speech naturally. It is therefore able to communicate with Luperci -- however, keep in mind that speech can be complicated by differences in vocal sounds (e.g., a Whale will sound much different from a Bear, even when both are speaking high speech).

2.  Uses

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  • Pelts and hides: ---
  • Companionship: --

3.  Types

3.1  Gray Fox

Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus)

Useful Information
  • Behavior: ---
    • Predation: It climbs trees to escape predation.
  • Food: Fruit is an important component of the diet of the gray fox and they seek whatever fruits are readily available, generally eating more vegetable matter than the Red Fox.
  • Habitat: ---
    • 'Souls Range: ---
Quick Facts
  • Size: 3-7 kg (6-15 lb)
  • Activity Pattern: Equally Nocturnal & Crepuscular
  • Social Structure: Solitary
  • Breeding Season: February-March
  • Birthing Season: April-May
  • Gestation: 53 days
Gray Fox
Credit: Unknown Source

3.2  Red Fox

Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)

↪ Eastern American Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes fulvus)
↪ Nova Scotia Fox (Vulpes vulpes rubricosa)
Useful Information
  • Description: There are three main color morphs; red, silver/black and cross. Silver/black may be confused for the Gray Fox, but it is unlikely.
    • Eastern American Red Fox: noted by their smaller, sharper faces; a shorter tail, and a lighter pelt more profusely mixed with whitish, and darker limbs.
    • Nova Scotia Fox: noted by having a large, broad tail, and larger teeth and muzzle than V. v. fulvus; it is the deepest-colored form.
  • Behavior: ---
    • Predation: ---
  • Food: ---
  • Habitat: ---
    • 'Souls Range: ---
Quick Facts
  • Size: 2-14 kg (4-30 lb) (Ranges widely)
    • Females are 15-20% smaller than males
  • Activity Pattern: Equally Nocturnal & Crepuscular
  • Social Structure: Solitary
  • Breeding Season: December-March
  • Birthing Season: March-May
  • Gestation: 49-58 days
Red Fox
Credit: Unknown Source

4.  Notable 'Souls Individuals


5.  Additional Resources

5.1  Icons

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