Robert Bateman – FOX CROSSING
“Some say that the cross fox, seen below, is so-named because it is a cross between a red fox and a black or silver fox, but a cross or black fox can occur any time in a litter of red foxes. Others say its name came from the dark area down the back and across the shoulders that forms the sign of a cross.
“Although all foxes are perky and elegant, this one was especially so, leading me to believe that it must be a female. I featured the luxuriant tail, a very important asset to all foxes. This one is graced with a superb and abundant appendage. The tail, when wrapped around a sleeping fox’s face and paws, becomes a muff and comforter with great insulation properties, but is easy to breathe through” – Robert Bateman
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