4700, FOX, GRAY 16''L are anatomically scaled to create the best reproduction of the life size stuffed animal and the most realistic stuffed animal in the industry.
The Gray fox is an omnivorous, dog-like mammal, often found around urban areas in the Northern Hemisphere, throughout North and Central America. Known for their cunning and a favorite subject of folklore – foxes, and stories about them are found on every continent on earth except Antarctica. Among land mammals, the red fox has the second largest natural distribution behind humans.
Foxes come in various sizes and colors – but they all have pointed ears, long snouts, thick fur, and big bushy tails. Fennec foxes are the smallest – weighing up to three pounds, while their cousins, the red fox, can weigh up to 31 pounds.
From Alaska to Florida, red foxes can be found all throughout the continental United States. They are the most widely known fox from the Canidae family. Red foxes prefer woodlands, rural and suburban regions, wetland habitats, and brushy fields with open sections.
Gray Foxes have long snouts and red fur on their faces, backs, tails, and flanks. There is a grayish-white hue on their neck, chin, and belly. The ears of red foxes are enormous and pointed, and they have black-tipped paws. They are three feet long and stand around two feet tall. With these foxes being so common, you might wonder just what do red fox eat? Let’s dive into the diets of these omnivores!
Foxes eat a wide variety of plants and animals including: rodents, rabbits, small mammals, birds, insects, lizards, frogs, fish, and berries. Foxes can adapt their diet to their environment and the season.
- With excellent senses of hearing and smell, these foxes can hear the squeak of a mouse more than 100 feet away. They will often dig in dirt or snow to pursue prey.
- The Red fox will keep hunting when it is not hungry. It stores the spare food under leaves, dirt, or snow, to eat later.
- A Red fox's tail measures about a third of its length. In cold weather, it serves as a warm cover. It is also a signal flag in communicating with other foxes.
- The male is called a dog, and the female a vixen. A young fox is a "kit," "cub" or "pup". A group is called a "skulk".
- The fox leaves urine scent markings to communicate with other foxes.
Product Dimension: 15.75(L) X 5.51(W) X 14.17(H)
HANSA CREATION, INC. Woodland & Prairie is HANSA CREATION's hand-crafted collection of realistic plush animals. It takes great pride in each enchanting work of soft sculpture art, carefully designed to educate, fascinate, captivate and inspire creative play for collectors of all ages.
Artists create each HANSA animal from portraits of the creature in its natural habitat appropriately called Hansa Creation Portrait's in Nature. It is HANSA's uncompromising integrity in design and quality standards that has charmed collectors for generations and continues to mesmerize new collectors of all ages.
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.