Vixen?

Postby The JAM on Mon Feb 25, 2002 4:33 am

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She kinda looks human from that angle. Also, in her original strip, she looks everything but.

But that's just me, I suppose.

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Postby Gabriel on Mon Feb 25, 2002 9:17 am

I was somewhat surprised, myself.

I guess my brain's just hardwired to think "Millie" when I hear "young vixen".

She looks more mousey to me, personally.

But, hey, it's Al's strip.
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Postby Genecatlow on Mon Feb 25, 2002 7:25 pm

On 2002-02-25 09:17, Gabriel wrote:
I was somewhat surprised, myself.

I guess my brain's just hardwired to think "Millie" when I hear "young vixen".

She looks more mousey to me, personally.

But, hey, it's Al's strip.

With as bushy a tail as Diane has, mousey?
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Postby CyberCorn Entropic on Mon Feb 25, 2002 9:09 pm

She's probably not a red fox vixen as we too often think of when we hear or say "vixen". She could be a gray fox, arctic fox, or some other small-eared type of fox.
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Postby Ekevu Cheetah on Tue Feb 26, 2002 11:29 am

On 2002-02-25 04:33, The JAM wrote:
She kinda looks human from that angle. Also, in her original strip, she looks everything but.
I think it's her headfur. It's bigger and kind of "flatter" than usual.
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Postby Genecatlow on Wed Feb 27, 2002 2:55 pm

On 2002-02-25 21:09, CyberCorn Entropic wrote:
She's probably not a red fox vixen as we too often think of when we hear or say "vixen". She could be a gray fox, arctic fox, or some other small-eared type of fox.


Yes, she (and her family) are more along the
lines of the newer type of vulpines that have
developed over the years when multiple species
of vulpines, along with canines, lupines, and
even completely different species mix their
way into a genetic category. :smile:
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