Line drawing of a Darwins Fox. The colors of the shapes behind the drawing represent the diet of this particular Fox.
This painting is a fully wrapped canvas. Each line drawing is placed in the center of the canvas and has a plain white background. Not framed.
Darwins Fox are classified as being endangered. Only an estimated minimum of 227 live on the mainland while 412 live on Chiloé Island. The main threats against the Darwin Fox is fragmentation of habitats, persecution from people putting blame on them for killing livestock (they pose very little threat against fowl), and disease and attacks from feral dogs.
To help the Darwins Fox, please visithttps://gifts.worldwildlife.org/gift-center/gifts/Species-Adoptions/Darwin's-Fox.aspx