Yes, gray foxes are vertebrates as are all foxes as well as all
The gray fox is a vertebrate.
The red fox is a vertebrate as are all mammals.
A fox is already a vertebrate as it has a spine.
A fox is a vertebrate. Any animal with bones is a vertebrate, i.e., the fox. An invertabrate, for example, would be the starfish.
A fox is a vertebrate in the mammal classification.
wolves are vertebrates so there for gray wolves are vertebrates (vertebrate-has a backbone).
It is vertebrate.
See the image above of a gray fox.
The gray fox is nocturnal or crepuscular.
yes a red fox is a vertebrate because it is a mammal and all mammals are vertebrates
If it has backbones that means its a vertebrate
its a vertebrate, cos its a mammal vertabrae
It is a vertebrate because it has a spine
No, the Arctic fox is a vertebrate.
Any fox is a vertebrate. So the answer to your question is vertebrate. In order for an animal to be a vertabrate it has to have vertebrae, and vertabrae are pretty much back bones.
It's gray color gives the name.
a red fox is related to a gray fox
No, the gray fox is in no danger of extinction.
The gray fox is Urocyon cinereoargenteus.
The red fox is. The gray fox is smaller then the red fox. the red fox is the bigest of the foxes
There is no such thing as an Italian gray fox.
No, the gray fox is a placental mammal and not a mursupial.
The gray fox is a secondary consumer,
The gray fox is an omnivore.
All species of fox are vertebrates, as they are mammals and have a spine.
A red fox has a spine (backbone), so it is a vertebrate. All mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish are vertebrates.
No, the gray fox is quite common and in no danger of extinction.
The gray fox is classified as Urocyon cinereoargenteus.
No, the gray fox does not hibernate, estivate or migrate.
The gray fox is a secondary consumer in the Everglades.
The gray fox is native. It is not an invasive species.
Yes, the gray fox lives in Idaho.
The South American gray fox (zorro or Argentina gray fox) is not extinct and is listed as a species of "least concern."
No, the gray fox is quite abundant and not an endangered species,
Because it has a spine.
a gray fox can run up to 39mph thank you
Yes, the gray fox is found in the state of Georgia.
Yes, the gray fox is found in the Catskills.
Yes, a gray fox is a predator and, sometimes, a prey item.
Urocyon cinereoargenteus is the scientific name of the gray fox.
Yes, the gray fox can bark although it rarely does so.
The silver fox is a color morph of the red fox which is an entirely different species from a gray fox.
The gray fox has two eyes, as do all foxes.
A speckled flying fox is most defiantly a vertebrate. All mammals are vertebrates being a part of the phylum chordata.
an gray fox eats rodents and birds and other small creatures
The gray fox is quite common throughout its range and is in no risk of extinction.
The gray fox is classified as a canine, a member of the dog family.
The gray fox is a member of the canid family = the dog family.
Yes, the gray fox is an omnivore. It eats both plants and animals.