Foxes are one of the few species in the animal kingdom that can be identified by their markings, but it’s difficult to tell whether you’re seeing a fox or a dog if you’re looking at the back of their head.
The fur of the fox is thick and it has a very distinctive fur patch, and a lot of people are confused.
Foxes are also known for being secretive, so they’ll only show up when you need them.
If you see a fox and think you can trust it, it might be because it’s a fox.
You’ll also notice that foxes don’t tend to wear clothing or use any sort of body coverings.
Foxes will usually go out in the daylight and if you spot a fox in a fox mask, it’s likely they’re hiding in plain sight.