gray fox

noun
a fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus, ranging from Central America through the southwestern and eastern U.S., having blackish-gray upper parts and rusty-yellowish feet, legs, and ears.

Origin:
1670–80, Americanism

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gray fox

noun
dark grey American fox; from Central America through southern United States [syn: grey fox
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Example sentences
The zoo also offers exhibits of bobcats, bald eagles and the gray fox.
It is also home to several wildlife species, including the armadillo and the
  gray fox.
The silky, dense fur of the red fox is more valued than the fur of the gray
  fox, which is coarse and thin.
The camera trap provided a positive result for a gray fox identification on the
  east portion of the laboratory.
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