The gray fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus), or grey fox, is an omnivorous mammal of the family Canidae, widespread throughout North America and Central America. The gray fox is unique among canids in its ability to climb trees. They have strong, hooked claws that allow them to scramble up trees to avoid predators or to get fruit. The gray fox is mostly nocturnal and dens during the day in hollow trees. They are solitary hunters and eat a wide variety of food including small mammals, birds, small invertebrates and some plants.
- Skull has some damage to the right side and back right side
- Mandible was broken but repaired
- Missing 3 segments of the hyoid
- One broken femur and one tibia broken but repaired
- Skull Length 11.3cm (4.4in)
- Skull Width 6.1cm (2.4in)
- Skull Height 5.1cm (2in)