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Mounting A Red Fox On A Gray Fox Form

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by Clovis Point, Mar 19, 2021.

  1. Clovis Point

    Clovis Point Active Member

    What is the anatomical difference? My neighbor donated me a beautiful young male red fo that had been snatching up his chickens. Based on my measurements, the smallest red fox form the supplier I want to purchase from has is too large. However they have a gray fox in a pose i like that fits each measurement perfectly. What issues would i run into if I tried to use the gray form?
  2. 13 point

    13 point Well-Known Member

    If numbers are correct, I believe you would be fine , the head is different shorter snout, you could do a change out head , and the legs are a tad shorter , but if it’s for you , most wouldn’t ever know .
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  3. cameron2

    cameron2 Well-Known Member

    Neck is a bit thicker on a grey. The lower legs on a grey are also a bit heavier. Greys have a shorter snout. Overall, the red is a more slender, coyote-like body while the grey is a bit thicker.
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  4. Clovis Point

    Clovis Point Active Member

    thanks for the input