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Foxaroos are the hybridization of foxes and kangaroos. Foxes (Canidae) and kangaroos (Macropodidae) cannot successfully interbreed in nature and thus this species cannot exist in the real world.

The Foxaroo exists primarily within the furry community as a mix of two familiar species (fox and kangaroo) to be used by some as a fursona. A foxaroo can show physical characteristics of both a fox and a kangaroo, depending on which side is more dominant, and also depending on which species within the fox and kangaroo families the individual is based upon. For example a hybrid of a red fox and red kangaroo will have different features to a hybrid of an arctic fox and a grey kangaroo.