Much like the coyote, fox are often deemed as tricksters and are frequently portrayed as a sneaky companion to the coyote. They are indigenous to every continent in the northern hemisphere and currently have over 45 recognized subspecies. Due to its soft and heavy fur, its intelligence and its worldwide distribution, this canine has played a huge role in the fur trade as well as mythology and religion (Greek, Native American, and Christian, to name a few) for centuries. This skull will add uniqueness and authenticity to your arts and crafts products, creating a natural and earthy feel along with reverent warmth that cannot be reproduced through synthetic replicas. It is normal for the jaws and teeth to separate from the skull during the cleaning process; they are then reattached with hot glue. These skulls are of collectible quality at a very competitive price.
All of our natural skull and bone products are obtained through legal hunting and trapping operations throughout the United States and Canada. The companies that we work with for cleaning these products support us in the use of the entire animal including the hide, bones, claws, meat, and grease produced during cleaning. We continue to support indigenous peoples and rural lifestyles whose livelihood depends on the sale of animal byproducts.