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***Vulpine Special Genetic Traits***

Canine Species
Genetic Trait Frequency Description
Two-tailed Fox gene 1:50,000 A fox or vixen born with two tails...this is more common in vixens than in male foxes.
Three-tailed Fox gene 1:10,000,000 vixens A vixen with three tails (this gene is ONLY found in vixens).
Fire Fox Gene 1:1 (Fire foxes and Blue Foxes), EXTREMELY RARE* (Normal foxes) Foxes that are capable of breathing fire and having extraordinary heat resistance.
Hyperactive Scent Gland I 1:50,000 canine females Females that have scent glands that produce a high quantity of their sex scent (which is also stronger than normal). Females with this gene produce the scent that is detectable by canine males ONLY
Hyperactive Scent Gland II 1:1,000,000 canine females Females that have scent glands that produce a high quantity of their sex scent (which is also stronger than normal). Females with this gene produce the scent that is detectable by non-canine males ONLY (excluding humans)
Hyperactive Scent Gland III EXTREMELY RARE* (Canine females only) Females that have scent glands that produce a high quantity of their sex scent (which is also stronger than normal). Females with this gene produce the scent that is detectable by human males ONLY
Eternal Heat EXTREMELY RARE* (Canine males), 1:50,000,000 (Canine females) Canines that upon reaching their first mating season after reaching sexual maturity come into and STAY in season forever.
Canine degeneration gene ACTIVE GENE: EXTREMELY RARE*, DORMANT GENE: 1:250,000,000 This is a very rare, but highly dangerous gene when active. This gene attacks the brain and causes young pups to behave like their four-legged ancestors for a few days until the human DNA and canine DNA become completely uncompatible and the pup dies. The only way to save a pup with the active gene is for that pup to receive a blood transfusion from a human with the "antidote" gene**.
Black Fox Gene EXTREMELY RARE* This gene kicks in when a fox or vixen enters puberty turning them into a highly vicious and highly dangerous black fox. Black foxes are highly aggressive, especially to the species that normal foxes are usually quite friendly with (Humans, mice, rabbits, other canines). There is no treatment for this gene, the only control is to (unfortunately) put them down before they can make more black foxes***
Golden Fox Gene Inactive Gene: All golden foxes, ACTIVE GENE (ALPHA GENE): EXCEPTIONALLY RARE* Golden foxes with the inactive gene are no different from regular foxes. HOWEVER, those few that have the ACTIVE gene are god-like and virtually invincible upon reaching adulthood. (See Episodes 2, 3, and 5 for more information).

Rodent Species
Genetic Trait Frequency Description
Hyperfertility 1:1,000,000 rodent females Rodent females that are able to have large litters (generally 10 or more in a very short period of time...usually less than 1 week). Because of the rapid development of their offspring, these fems need to consume large quantities of food in a short period of time to nourish their offspring.
Foxtail Gene 1:5,000 mousettes Mousettes with this gene have a foxtail instead of their typical tail, they also have the same scent glands that vixens have.
Electric Mouse Gene EXCEPTIONALLY RARE* Mousettes that have this gene have a strong electrical charge and can draw electrical energy out of nowhere (similar to how an ALPHA Golden Fox can control electricity).
Long Gestation Gene 1:500,000,000 mousettes Mousettes with this gene have the reproductive characteristics of human females. In other words, they will (usually) only have one or two kids at a time and remain pregnant for nine months. The extended length of pregnancy has no adverse affects on the mousette or her offspring though.
Pure White Mousette Gene EXCEPTIONALLY RARE* White mousettes that have both the Hyperfertility and Electric Mouse Genes. IN ADDITION, the also have this gene, which gives a mousette extreme supernatural powers (they can cure the terminally ill and revive the dead).

Other Genetic Traits
Genetic Trait Frequency Description
Yiff "Overdrive" Gene 1:500,000 males (most common in bucks and rodent males) Males with a nearly insatiable yiff drive. The will yiff with females repeatedly and often. Many males with this gene will yiff with as many as 1,000-2,000 females in a given year.
Aggressive behavior gene 1:25,000,000 males; EXTREMELY RARE* (Females) These individuals become enraged rather easily and usually lash out in violent ways to whatever is making them mad.
Super Speed Gene EXTREMELY RARE* Individuals that have anywhere from 2x to as much as 10x the average speed for their species (slower species have higher multipliers).
"Spring-Loaded" Legs Gene 1:1 (Rabbits, Kangaroos, Kangafoxes), 1:1,000,000 all other species Individuals capable of leaping to incredible heights and doing so with incredible agility (a lot like Torii Hunter**).
Mind-reader gene EXTREMELY RARE* (most common in canines) Individuals that are capable of reading another individuals mind.
Human Sensitivity Gene 1:1 (canine and rodent species), 1:2 all other species Individuals that are capable of detecting how friendly (or dangerous) and Earth-born human is*.

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*: Less than 1:1 billion odds of occurance
**: Odds of occurance 1:500,000,000 humans
***: Black foxes are highly prolific breeders, the gestation period for a black vixen is half that of a normal vixen, and they average 6-12 pups per litter.
*: Less than 1:1 TRILLION odds of occurance
**: Sorry, I couldn't resist putting this in here ^w^ (You should know why I put this in here by now!)
*: In other words, they can tell if a human is kind-hearted and friendly or like the incarnation of Satan himself.  Vulpines will usually either ignore or react hostily towards the bad humans.
Genes that are displayed in green are highly beneficial to those who have it...conversely, the genes that are displayed in red are highly detremental and likely life-threatening.