Is it possible to cross-breed a fox with coyote, wolf, or dog?
I have heard of wolves, coyotes, and dogs cross-breeding with each other – is it possible for foxes to cross-breed with these three animals as well?
No. Wolves, coyotes and dogs all belong to the genus Canis, and are thus closely related, whilst the various fox species belong to several different genera, including Vulpes, Dusicyon and Urocyon. They are too distantly related to other canids to be able to interbreed with them – whilst all belong to the family Canidae, foxes diverged from other canids millions of years ago, and no longer share enough genetic material with them to be able to breed. It is possible to crossbreed certain fox species with each other, however.
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