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Snow Glow fox Pelt by AdarkerNEMISIS Snow Glow fox Pelt by AdarkerNEMISIS
Snow Glow fox: Fire Factor Gene at its most Finist!!! This fox is a very pale White with light colicott hightlights around the neck, chin and belly, all paws, ears and tail are colicott colored. Absolutly Beautiful Fox!

If it wasnt for fur farms, this fox would never even exsist out in the wild. i cant see making these beautiful colors go exstinct like so many others!


My all time Fave!
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JLestina Apr 2, 2014  Student General Artist
Maybe a silly question, but what makes this a sun glow fire factor over just a fire and ice? The colors seem crazy similar to me, but I have untrained eyes! lol 
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AdarkerNEMISIS Apr 2, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
First its not a Sun Glow, second, a snow glow is a paler version of a fire and ice you breed the fire factor out of the red coloration you get a snow glow. a fire and ice have a pale red crème coat and red face while the snow glow has a crème white coat and no markings on the face other than the usual colicott markings on the ears, legs and tail. they are easily distinguished from fire and ice and far from the Sun Glow which is a Marbled fox.

a moon glow is a dark Fire and ice, like a fire factor version of a Silver fox. a cross fox with fire factor is a Fire cross.

Hope that's helps. =)
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JLestina Apr 2, 2014  Student General Artist
Whoops! Pardon my typo! The sun glow is one fox I can actually point out! 

Yes that is very helpful. It's still tricky sometimes because there seems to be some many color variations of the different...I guess mutations/colors (not sure of the correct term to use there). I can point out the differences now though! I've never noticed that the fire and ice tend to have a redish tented face. Very cool! Thank you for the clarification! :)
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:iconangiedarkdem0n:
COURAGE TO SEE PEOPLE WHO PROUDLY BOASTS THE FUR IS A CRUELTY!
WHY IS ANIMALS EXTINGUISHING, EVEN IF AN ANIMAL HUNTING NOT STARTED THIS BY THERE BEFORE REACHING ALL ENDANGERED.
I WOULD LIKE TO SEE IF YOU LIKE THAT presumed SKINS HAVE IF YOUR FAMILY FEEL THE SAME ...
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:iconshiranuikurai:
this is the most beautiful fox i've ever seen <3  i'd love to have one of my own someday :love:
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:iconmnshortdraw:
Snow Glow is one of my favorites too.
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AdarkerNEMISIS Jun 5, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
yeah their really nice, I had a beautiful one I named TIBIS but I gave him to my sister and her dog destroyed it.

officially I do have a dog skin..........I just have to wait till it dies!
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:iconmnshortdraw:
Oh my, I think I would have skinned him on the spot!
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:iconfencingfool4:
I'm waaaay late on this, so, ignore me, but these arguments were some of the best reading I've had in forever. I can see where they might be coming from, being totally against animal abuse, and before I learned the facts on fur farming I might have be on the other side of this argument. *sigh* Poor education and PETA's cruel practices to make their videos are to blame here.

Beautiful pelt by the way, I've never seen one like it, even with hours of browsing here and elsewhere online, I'm just starting out in taxidermy, but I'm hoping I'll eventually get to a point where I'll trust myself to touch such a gorgeous creature without ruining it.

*goes back to casually browsing gorgeous mounts/pelts*
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MagicCometART Feb 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
These wolfaboo comments make the best entertainment. Especially when they believe human beings and animals are equal, which isn't the case. :P
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