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In the Real World
Darwin’s foxes are small with dark grey fur and a light pale underside. They feed on many things as of plants, fruit, insects and small mammals. They are known to be found in South America and Chile as in mentioning one population on the island of Chiloe. As a fox, Darwin’s foxes live in temperate forests. It is a endangered canine and is a member of the genus (Lycalopex) They are very patterned and have bushy tails, black legs and nose, brown rimmed ears, and a brown or grey to dark grey snout. They also may have a few thick black stripes on the top of its underbelly as of leading from the underside of the snout.
In the Real World
Foxes live underground to build their own dens. They tend to feed on beetles, grasshoppers, scorpions, spiders, millipedes, rodents, lizards, fruits and eggs. They give birth to around 6 kits. Females nurse their kits for about 10 to 15 weeks.
In the lair some of paints of foxes appear since Termites all over.
In the Lair of the Lion Guard, some of paints of foxes appear since Bunga tried to cheer Ono up.
In the Lair of the Lion Guard, some of paints of foxes appear the Lion Guard meet Makini.
A foxes is seen in a cave painting as Simba tries to figure out a solution to the Pride Land's current drought.
Foxes appear as cave paintings in the final chamber of the secret caves.
Beshte unknowingly tramples Astuto's den, destroying it. She is disappointed and worried. Later, when Beshte attempts to apologize, Astuto runs away in fear. She, along with all the other animals affected by Beshte's destructive mishaps, are summoned to the Trre of Life, where she learns of Beshte's true nature and forgives him after Pinguino explains.
Astuto can be seen being chased by Makucha's Army.
Astuto's and her kit can be seen during the song "Of the Same Pride."
- A baby fox is mentioned in the description for Kion Roars!.