Arctic Fox Morphs (Vulpes lagopus)
- A very dark grey brown individual with subtle rusty areas in a summer coat.
- This picture seems edited, but another shot of the same fox shows that it’s solid mahogany coat (not counting the strands of leftover winter coat) really is that briliant!
- Not only does this fox have a unique dark grizzled appearance, pink nose, white blaze and socks, it also has has a piercing blue eye.
- Light grey, this individual’s colors may be less intense then #3, but it’s no less beautiful. A thick white blaze starting from it’s muzzle to the back of the head. The forelimbs, chest, and most of it’s tail is dipped in white.
- Another pied fox, but in a winter coat. Only faint traces of it’s blaze stand out against remaining dark guard hair lightly peeking through it’s light coat.
- Perhaps more “traditionally” leucistic, you wouldn’t notice this winter coated white was any different then most until you see it’s pale blue eyes and pink nose.
- This odd eyed cub might be related to #3. With a blue eye, soft grey fur, thick blaze, and white feet, the black freckled pink nose is just icing on the so-damned-cute cake.
- This odd eyed white mother (who is either gaining or losing her white) has a little of both white and blue cubs, with one blue cub whose tail is lighter in color.
- A dark brown cub with a stunning diluted blue sibling, with a ruddy-grey nose.
mod!edit: I wanted to try to avoid the more “loved” wild canines, because their popularity usually means that odd colored individuals are not “new” to most people. Broke my own rule, because I figured that more people would enjoy seeing these, since I haven’t seen their less common colors around everywhere as with red foxes and wolves, surprisingly. *hesitantly pets fox *