The gray fox lives in Venezuela, Colombia, the Central United States, and South-East Canada, with homes in farmland, forests, and scrubland. Their length is 52-69 centimeters, and their weight is usually between 2 to 5.5 kilograms. Their coarse coat is grizzled gray, with tawny feet and legs and cinnamon neck and sides. ‘Their gestation period is 53 days long, and there can be 1-7 pups in a litter. They usually eat the Eastern Cottontail, though it will also eat birds, shrews and voles.