Illustration of a red fox

Ruby

Ruby is shy and docile, the “omega” of the group, but his climbing skills rival that of a monkey. When he feels safe, he is mischievous and even a bit sneaky. He torments the caretakers by tugging at their pant hems and huffing “menacingly” before dashing away with a giggle.

Fox Facts from the National Wildlife Federation: Red foxes have long snouts and red fur across the face, back, sides, and tail. Their throat, chin, and belly are grayish-white. Red foxes have black feet and black-tipped ears that are large and pointy. One of the most noticeable characteristics of the red fox is the fluffy white-tipped tail. Red foxes are about three feet long and two feet tall.

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