Silver Fox

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Silver Fox

a very attractive and unusual breed of rabbit. They are 4 to 7 lb in weight and black, blue, chocolate or lilac in color, with profuse white ticking on the chest, flanks and feet. The insides of the ears, line of the jaw and tail underside are white, with white 'spectacles' around the eyes.
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Instead of being written off as "old," these silver foxes are defiantly rewriting the rules governing men and age--part of the larger cultural backlash against everything from wrinkles to death.
In his work scanning the streets for "real" men and women to model for his clients' projects, he says he's noticed a definite rise in the number of silver foxes.
You can thank any number of factors for this new outlook, starting with Anderson Cooper--the poster boy for silver foxes, who was 33 when he first came to national prominence as the host of reality show The Mole in 2001 (before becoming a news anchor on CNN) and is now 41.
The domesticated silver foxes, bred in Siberia over 45 years, are also brighter and can follow human cues such as pointing and eye contact.
Hansen's also has entered into an agreement with the Silver Foxes Network(TM) under which the network has licensed its brand and trademark to the company for beverages.