Egg: "This egg appears to have teal wings on it."
Foxling: "Aww... It's a fox kit! Whenever it goes swimming, the water just seems to slide right off its fur."
Adult: "Teal winged silvfoxes have feathers and fur covered with a thin amount of oil. This oil coat is unnoticeable to the touch, but allows this breed to swim with a water repellent coat. Rather than fly in the air, teal winged silvfoxes use their strong wings to help them swim in the rivers to catch their choice of prey - fish. Teal winged silvfoxes have also been known to catch multiple fish and hide them in the tops of hollow trees to eat later. Parents will raise their young in dens close to the water, usually high off the ground where predators won't find their kits."