Gray Fox Skull BC-144E, Economy Grade
4.5" x 2.5" x 2.5"
The gray fox is nicknamed "The Tree Fox" due to its ability to climb trees and leap from branch to branch with catlike agility. It can be found from Northern Ontario, Canada to Central and Southwestern U.S. to Venezuela. The coat is made up of individual hairs banded with black, gray and white, which is responsible for the animal's mottled gray coloration. It also has a small mane and a dark stripe down its back. Its skull is unique compared to other North American canids, due to its wide U-shaped temporal ridges. The gray fox is protected in the state of Florida and cannot be trapped or destroyed without a permit. 2-part skull (separate cranium & jaw).