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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by shopkins94, Dec 15, 2009.
Has anyone ever seen a samson/sampson fox before?
I think there was one for sale on here a week or so ago?
Yeah, I found someone who has one but I am not sure how common they are to know what to pay for it.
I caught this one last year.
I found several people that have caught red fox, yotes, and otters with the mutation, but i couldn't find any record of a grey fox.
The guy holding the fox decided he wanted to trap with me and this was the first set we came to
I bought one from Eidnes furs last month and he had several. They're not worth much on the fur market and he sells them cheap.
I came across one and saved up for it------> http://kyuukon-no-shamisen.deviantart.com/art/quot-Sampson-quot-Grey-Fox-141701498
Haha, it's not being used for much at the moment but I do have plans to make it more than just a wall hanging in the near future <3
could you please explain, what is the mutation? we've never heard of a Sampsons fox?
Sampson foxes, through a genetic mutation have little to no guard hair.
wow, they must be super soft then? it's too bad that the tail is so thin in a sampson.
Thank you nature Goddess.