They were released on June 13, 2011 along with the Gold Silvfox.
The Inferno silvfox was the first species to exhibit gender dimorphism in the den and, along with the gold silvfox, was the first to have two different sprites for the adult stage.
Egg: "This egg is hot to the touch."
Foxling: "Aww...it's a fox kit! This kit loves to play with fire and amazingly it is never hurt by the flames."
Adult: "Inferno Silvfoxes are a peculiar breed that live in volcanic and tropical desert climates. Their backs secrete a highly flammable oil and they will use any opportunity to light themselves on fire. As kits, the oil does not last long and the fire eventually burns out, but as they age, they become capable of producing more and more oil until the fire on their backs burn indefininately. This ever lasting flame is important as kits can not tolerate the cold and will freeze to death in minutes if they are away from a heat source for too long.
Inferno Silvfoxes hunt in packs usually consisting of a single female and 4 or 5 males. Females are extremely territorial towards other females in the wild, though if raised domestically, they can be quite docile. Males are much calmer and obedient to their pack leader and often take turns watching the kits while the rest of the pack hunts."
The Inferno Silvfox has a unique hatching sequence in which the egg cracks are on fire.
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