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Red Fox

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Red Fox
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Red Fox
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Red Fox _Designed by YahooJAPAN ( http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:182140 ) _Red fox (Vulpes vulpes), also called common fox, species of fox (family Canidae) found throughout Europe, temperate Asia, northern Africa, and North America. It has the largest natural distribution of any land mammal except human beings. Introduced to Australia, it has established itself throughout much of the continent. Widely held as a symbol of animal cunning, the red fox is the subject of considerable folklore. In addition, red foxes are hunted for sport and for their fur and are raised commercially for pelts. _Red foxes are generally about 90–105 cm (36–42 inches) long (about 35–40 cm [14–16 inches] of this being tail), stand about 40 cm at the shoulder, and weigh about 5–7 kg (10–15 pounds). The red fox has a coat of long guard hairs, soft, fine underfur that is typically a rich reddish brown, often a white-tipped tail, and black ears and legs. Its colour, however, is variable. In North America black and silver coats are found, with a variable amount of white or white-banded hair occurring in a black coat, and these animals are sometimes called silver foxes. A form called the cross, or brant, fox is yellowish brown with a black cross extending between the shoulders and down the back; it is found in both North America and the Old World. The Samson fox is a mutant strain of red fox found in northwestern Europe. It lacks the long guard hairs, and the underfur is tightly curled. _Red foxes mate in winter. After a gestation period of seven or eight weeks, the female (vixen) gives birth to 1–10 or more (5 is average) young, called cubs or pups. Birth takes place in a den, which is commonly a burrow abandoned by another animal. It is often enlarged by the parent foxes. The cubs remain in the den for about five weeks and are cared for by both parents throughout the summer. The young disperse in the fall once they are fully grown and independent.
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SKU 10000477
Length [mm] 130
Width [mm] 28.53
Height [mm] 75.52
Volume [cm³] 57.48
Area [cm²] 127.61
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