Egg: "This egg appears to have orange wings on it."
Foxling: "Aww... It's a fox kit! It's very friendly and loves playing with others."
Adult: "Like another of the winged silvfoxes, the orange winged silvfox relies on mimicry to protect its kits. Young silvfoxes are a startling shade of red similar to that of the young tiger silvfox. Predators fearing the ferocious and protective tiger silvfox they think is nearby are less inclined to attack the red kit. Orange silvfoxes need this protections as the adults are not very good fighters. They are a very family oriented species that will take in any type of stray baby and raise it as their own. Small family groups form, nesting in tall grass and using their wings to reach fruits high up in the canopy, and it is not uncommon to see a different species of silvfox within the family."