The Fox emoji usually appears with the known red-orange and white fur we see from the fox that we’re familiar with. On major platforms, the fox emoji can be seen facing the front, looking at the user. Developers crafted its features with the red fox in mind. It can also be searched as the Fox Face emoji because it was animated without a body. Sometimes the fox emoji may look like a Shiba Inu or a Canaan dog with orange and white fur to some users. Attempts to differentiate the animals can be seen on the faint black ear tips on the icon.
The cartoon style of the fox emoji does not depict a child-friendly meaning in most chats. People who want to take a step further from flirting use the icon as a substitute for the term “foxy.” By doing this, the sender drops the hint that they hope to shift their conversation into something more intimate. The playful shift in the chat is similar to the act of being “sly like a fox.” However, some use the emoji for harmless or political discussions like content from Fox News.
Fox is a fully-qualified emoji as part of Unicode 9.0 which was introduced in 2016.
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