|BH, School of Cholemry|
|A gray fox lounges on the ground and snaps his jaws at nothing at all.|
|His gray fur is dusty from neglect and from rolling in the dirt on a |
constant basis. His teeth are sharp and long, ready to tear the flesh off
small rodents. A clean and pleasant smell rises off his skin and disperses
in the air.
A gray fox is in excellent condition.
|by Ferrum , 15.05.2003 08:01 MSK|