The red fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the largest of the true foxes and is the most geographically widespread of the species, covering ground across the entirety of the Northern Hemisphere: from the Arctic Circle to North Africa, Central America and Asia. This partially due to the fact that the creature is able to adapt quickly to new environments, unlike related species. Besides being omnivorous, eating basically anything it can acquire, the red fox's advantage lies in its stealthy frame, as the creature is built for speed, with its elongated body, relatively short limbs and narrowly elongated skull, allowing it to move effortlessly through brush and densely overgrown areas. Nording's Huntingpipe embodies the animal's characteristic sleek frame through the effortless gesture and smooth lines of the classic bent Egg. Accordingly, the red fox's spotty, coarse fur is interpreted in the pipe's partially rusticated exterior.