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Hawk Buckman’s Images of Nature
Extended Wildlife Editions Collection (Wild Animal)

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SKU: Vixen Fujiflex Crystal Archive 24"x16" Category: Tags: , , ,

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About this animal

The Red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the largest of the true foxes and one of the most widely distributed members of the order Carnivora, being present across the entire Northern Hemisphere including most of North America, Europe and Asia, plus parts of North Africa. It is listed as least concern by the IUCN.

Red foxes can be found throughout the continental United States from Alaska to Florida. The smallest population is in the Southwest, where it is very rare to see a red fox. Red foxes like open areas in woodlands, rural and suburban neighborhoods, wetlands, and brushy fields.

Red foxes prefer rodents and rabbits, but they will also eat birds, amphibians, and fruit. Red foxes will also steal food from garbage cans or farms. Their ability to find food, even during the winter, is one reason why red foxes have a reputation for being cunning and smart.

Red foxes mate in winter. Right after mating, a female builds a den. Females can deliver anywhere between one and 12 pups per litter. Pups are born brown or gray, usually turning red within about a month. Both parents take care of their offspring until the next fall, when the young foxes set out on their own.

Red foxes have excellent hearing. They can hear low-frequency sounds and rodents digging underground.

 

Additional information

Weight 1.0 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 00.1 × 16 in
Source

Original photograph from digital (RAW) real life scene negative. Unaltered

Creation Date

February 2018 – Jackson County, Colorado

Shipping & Delivery

Shipping and Tax is included in the listed price.
Please allow 7 to 10 days for delivery as the photograph is hand-printed to specific specifications.

Why Fujiflex Crystal Archive?

Fujiflex Crystal Archive printing involves a specialized printing process that uses Silver Halides which are embed in the paper rather than creating the print by spraying ink on top of the paper as in the InkJet printing process. Fujiflex Crystal Archive prints are true photographs and are suitable for gallery display.

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