Sometimes mistaken as a red fox, the grey fox has a distinct silver coloration and is relatively smaller. Grey foxes tend to live where woodland and grassland intersect.
- Grey foxes are solitary and only socialize during mating season.
- Both male and female take care of their offspring until the young are 10 months old.
- Grey foxes are one of the few canid species that can climb.
|Range||North America and Central America|
|Conservation status||Least concern|
|Zoo name(s)||Kya, Yotee|