When the Silver Fox hunts or tries to capture prey, they have very high tuned hearing. The Silver Foxes eyes are almost like cats, they cannot see very sharp images but at night they are very helpful becuase they can see better in dim areas. They also have longer and stronger legs than most foxes do, which allows them to change angle and apply force when they pounce on their prey. Since the Silver Fox is so small, it is able to reach up to 30 miles per hour of speed allowing it to escape danger when needed. The Silver Foxes tail is about the same length as its body. The silver foxes tail wasn't always so thick with fur, it had to grow it in order to survive. Without the tail being so thick, the Silver Fox would not be able to balance as it runs or jumps. The thickness of fur also provides warmth during the winter. It can wrap it's tail around itself to help keep the rest of its body warm.
Silver Foxes would rather stick to the dense covered timber or forests. They feel safer there and find it easier to hide from predators. The silver fox had to learn how to be more quiet when hunting for prey. When it was quite it would be able to sneak up and attack better. The Silver Fox also had to learn how to dig so they could access different prey. Once the Silver Fox would catch it prey, it would have a shallow hole, about five to ten centimeteres deep, and place the prey in it. It would then cover the prey up to help camoflauge it from other animals. When access to food is plentiful, the Silver Foxes will burry the food for later use. After they cover it they will sometimes spray urine over the ground to mark as their own. When the Silver Fox is being chased by a predator, it will regurgitate, or throw up, in order to make itself lighter or more agile. Before it learned how to regurgitate, it wouldn't be able to escape from the predator as fast or swiftly as it does now.