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Grey Fox

Grey fox

Introduction

Head-Body Length: 52-69 cm
Height: 30-41 cm
Weight: 2.5-7 kg
Identification: The grey fox has a gray agouti coat, a white throat, and a black-tipped mane along the top of its tail.
Habitat: Woodlands, brush country, rocky terrain
Diet: Omnivore: birds, invertebrates, fruit, berries, small mammals, fish, reptiles, eggs
Reproduction: Grey foxes mate in February or March. A litter of 3-7 pups is produced after a gestation period of 51 days. These animals can live for up to ten years in captivity.
Behavior: This species is nocturnal and can be very territorial.
Status: No special status

 Interesting-Facts: The gray fox can climb trees.

Geographic: North America
Northern South America Date:1958 – 1988 Subjects: Gray fox
Urocyon
Foxes
Canidae
Carnivora
Mammals
Vertebrates
Chordata
Predatory animals

KEY FACTS

Name Grey fox , Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Origin North America and Central America.
Size 3.8 kg (Adult)
Litter Size 3-4 pups.
Life span 6 to 8 years.
Reproduction A litter of 3-7 pups is produced after a gestation period of 51 days. These animals can live for up to ten years in captivity.
Height 12 - 16 inches
Weight The gray fox typically weighs 3.6 to 7 kg (7.9 to 15.4 lb)
Colors The gray fox is often confused with the red fox because the gray has rusty-red fur on its ears, ruffs and neck.

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scientific classification

Kingdom – Animalia
Phylum – Chordata
Class – Mammalia
Order – Carnivora
Family – Canidae
Genus – Vulpes
Genus Species – Vulpes cinereoargenteus

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