Of all the species that make up the genus Vulpes, the red fox is the largest, the most widespread and includes many subspecies. Its fur makes it more flashier than it is in reality, especially in winter when it becomes denser.
The color is often reddish, ranging from yellow to brown, and depending on the individuals and regions.
White are the throat, belly and tip of the tail, which is long and thick.
The snout is elongated and ears are triangular and highly mobile. It is playful like her pups and extremely crafty.