Egg: This egg appears to have blue wings on it.
Foxling: Aww... It's a fox kit! It seems to be quite fond of aquatic plants and mosses.
Adult: Blue winged silvfoxes only obtain fully blue wings once they reach maturity. Adolescents are easily identified by the dull purple plumes littered about their wings. The purple is a defense, mimicking the colors of a poisonous species of frog, that wards off potential predators. As the age, the amount of purple slowly vanishes until at last it is an adult that can readily protect itself. Blue winged silvfoxes spend much of their time foraging for edible plants and frog eggs in the swampy marshes where amphibians are numerous.