Arctic Fox Jigsaw Puzzle

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Jigsaw puzzle of a small Arctic fox. The fox has small ears and a long bushy tail.

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xyxyxyxx
Aug 9, 2017
So different than the red foxes I see here...these look more dog-like to me.
JAMP124
Aug 9, 2017
Agreed! The head/face, especially, is shaped more like a dog.
aknan
Aug 9, 2017
Foxes are a branch of the dog family.
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2017
I've always wondered why young foxes are called kits instead of pups.
aknan
Aug 9, 2017
Just looked that up, pixi, and struck out. I know the female is called a vixen, but nothing on the kits. Maybe you'll have better luck.
ParsonWayne
Aug 9, 2017
The foxes don't want to claim them, though.
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2017
One species of fox is called a kit fox and is small so maybe calling young foxes "kits" came from that. Here are some interesting facts.
The grey fox is the only dog that can climb trees.
Foxes have retractable claws like cats.
Foxes have vertical pupils like cats.
Foxes eat anything.
pixipixil
Aug 9, 2017
Apparently you have quite a choice of names for foxes...
Male foxes are known as dogs, tods or reynards, females as vixens, and young as cubs, pups, or kits. A group of foxes is referred to as a skulk, leash, or earth. A baby fox is called fox cubŁ or fox pup.
BayGrannie
Aug 10, 2017
Wow pixi--what a wealth of facts! Thanks for info. I am a bit confused, however. I thought dogs were descendants of coyotes
BayGrannie
Aug 11, 2017
Or even wolves!
pixipixil
Aug 11, 2017
Don't know about who came first--the fox or the wolf or the coyote--probably hyenas also. But the domestic dog came last. They're all related tho.
ParsonWayne
Oct 7, 2017
There goes that Theory of Relativity.
CatLadyOKC
Oct 7, 2017
Pixipixill - they may have some things like cats, but one the eating everything, cats can be really picky about their food. What they eat today don't try it the next day!
pixipixil
Oct 9, 2017
We have had lots of cats. One of mine like spaghetti and cantaloupe but not fish!
elijah13
Aug 27, 2017
Love the coloring!
jas6415
Aug 9, 2017
If you can believe it, I spent almost three years in Alaska when I was in the Air Force, at Eileson afb north of Fairbanks and I nebver saw one of these Lots mof bears. wolves, moose and such but never a fox
aknan
Aug 9, 2017
Oh, jas6415, what a shame! We've seen them up there and even here in Anchorage. They're really beautiful in the winter colors.
Rozina1010
Aug 9, 2017
Isn't their fur white in the winter or when they are trying to eat leftover Polar bear killings? Or are there dif. colors??? I am curious to know!
aknan
Aug 10, 2017
The coat turns white for winter as a camouflage against the snow. This picture was taken either in late fall or early spring.
Rozina1010
Aug 11, 2017
Thanks!
carolsapple
Aug 9, 2017
I've been to Alaska - ended up getting sick with an upper respitory bug. A woman gave it to the staff abroad a cruise - she was a passenger the week before us. Our group watched a bubble feeding from a humpback whale. I was sick and now wish I saw it.
peterpan
Aug 9, 2017
IVE never seen a Arctic fox before.
nlbuchanan
Aug 9, 2017
What a beautiful, soft looking coat it has. I would love to snuggle up and lay my cheek against it like I would my dog but I don't think it would be quite as receptive.

God bless you all.
nmmelody
Aug 9, 2017
Harder than it looked. Imagine trying to find him with a snow background!
trynfindit
Aug 9, 2017
Looks like he is transitioning from winter to warmer coat.
babygirlkfor
Aug 9, 2017
Pretty
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