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Is This Brindle?

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Kai, Apr 3, 2019.

  1. Kai

    Kai New Member

    I understand fox morphs...Coyote phases are a whole nother story lol. So what do you think? I haven’t seen one with a face this color before. But then again this is the first coyote pelt i’ve gotten so I have nothing but google to compare it with. Thanks in advance if you can help!
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  2. wa

    wa Thanks John...this depicts me better

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    Just looks darker not Brindle
     
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  3. Chippers

    Chippers Member

    Just dark like wa said.
     
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  4. Kai

    Kai New Member

    Thanks guys!
     
  5. Crittrstuffr

    Crittrstuffr Member

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    The coller's a great touch . . .
     
  6. Sea Wolf

    Sea Wolf Well-Known Member

    Dark as above. I have a run of them from black to redder than the fox you have next to it. Not as great a color range as foxes but they haven't been bred in captivity the way foxes have to produce color.
     
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  7. Kai

    Kai New Member

    Lol yea. I have some sort of collar on all of the pelts. Started out as a way to hang up the faceless ones- now it’s just a tradition :)
     
  8. Kai

    Kai New Member

    Thank you as well. I have a lot to learn about them. Do you have a picture of yours all together by any chance? I dug pretty deep into the forums awhile ago to see what kinds others here have. I’m shocked they aren’t bred, especially after seeing the collie/white marked guys. They are just so cool!
     
  9. Sea Wolf

    Sea Wolf Well-Known Member

    Too big and too aggressive to breed I guess. You need big cages for them individually. A lot more dangerous to handle than foxes too. I agree though and if someone could afford to do it, I'd love to see the results after a few generations. No pics of them all together but it's a great idea.
     
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