cinereoargenteus - Grey fox
States, Mexico and Central America
Size: 7 - 15 lb (3
- 7 kg)
The grey fox (Urocyon
throughout much of the United States, Mexico and Central America.
It is a forest species, and is not usually found in regions devoid of trees.
Although grey is its predominant coat colour, it also bears patches of
silver and yellowish red, especially on the legs. One of the most
common and widespread of North American foxes, it is highly adaptable and
can often be found living in and around cities and towns.