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Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Light Rail Coyote, Apr 14, 2012.
Had a mule deer with a black spot too. Some sort of melanistic trait I think.
I have this piebald doe. <3 She's really beautiful.
XXX pale cross fox
That fox on the right is just gorgeous!
Jason you should show them stock photos of that black silver you caught this year.
XXX Dark silver fox compared to a light silver. Wild silvers are 1:10 animals here, one this dark comes up 1:50 silvers so this is a 1:500 color.
Few more oddball yotes! Trapper's pictures.
Here's one you don't see everyday....
A Ranch Raised, Red Platinum fox with an ectrodactyly foot on the right front leg.
Interestingly, that leg is also shorter than the normal foot/leg.
(Photos belong to Leslie, whom I bought the fox from)
What could've caused that???? Trippy!
I have no clue lol The wikipedia page on the disorder is too confusing for me, and google images of it is going to probably give me nightmares lol
Back when I did animal rescue, I rescued a puppy with that. It's also called "lobster claw deformity." The "puppy" is now 15 years old...the lady still sends me pics every year on her birthday!
Time to bring this post back!
awesome foot markings on that fox
they look like rabbit feet
Cool Pine Marten