Vulpes lagopus - arctic fox. The one with blue coloration which is caused by recessive genes. It’s probably trainsitioning cause its fur is too dark for winter coat and not enough dark for summer coat. Blue arctic foxes’ fur never get snow-white.
Raccoon Dog (Carnivora: Canidae: Nyctereutes procyonoides)
Often mistaken for a badger or a raccoon, the raccoon dog is actually more closely related to wild dogs. That being said, they act more like raccoons as they scavenge for berries along riverbanks. Raccoon dogs are often hunted as pests. Their luck in the illegal fur trade is no better, often attracting the attention of animal welfare groups. Their adaptability in the wild allows them to quickly become an unwelcome invasive species out of Asia. However, this sneaky trickster is well honoured in Japanese folklore as a master of disguise. Raccoon dog, or “Tanuki”, figurines are often places outside of Buddhist to bring good fortune by showing off a friendly smile.
Thanks to urbanmongoose, my skull pack now contains a Black Backed Jackal! These are just a few of my canines to show some variation - along the top there’s the jackal then a fox, and the three along the bottom are a coyote, a GSD and a collie.