A Fox

Collected by Frederick W. Waugh from the Innu (Montagnais-Naskapi) people of Quebec, Canada. This figure represents the common Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes fulva) that inhabits the subarctic forests in which the Innu hunt.

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Step 7 - Release 2 loop and extend.

You have "A Fox".

The triangle near the right hand represents his head; the doubled strings represent his short legs and long body; the boomerang shape near the left hand represents his arched tail.