Sculptor – Andrew Glasby
Edition of 48
Height 19cm, Width 29cm, Depth 12cm
The red fox is the most widely distributed and populous canid in the world, having colonised large parts of Europe, America, Asia and Africa.
In the British Isles, where there are no longer any other native wild canids, it is referred to simply as ‘the fox’. The red fox pre-breeding season population is estimated to be 258,000.
A male fox is called a ‘dog’, a female fox is called a ‘vixen’, a young fox is called either a ‘kit’, ‘pup’ or ‘cub’. A group of foxes are called a ‘skulk’.