It can and cannot be true.
Just because Bucky has a thin leg doesn't mean he is a fox. Foxes have many characteristics. Not just a thin leg.
But he might be a fox.
If there was more description, then we can tell for sure if he is a fox or not.
If the first two statements are true, then the final statement is probably true. So, the 3rd option – “Bucky is a fox” can be true.
Light on their feet, foxes are somewhat different from the other omnivorous members of the Canidae family. They are blessed with a lithesome frame, a pointed nose, a bushy tail and long, thin legs.
Here, in the second option, it is mentioned that someone or something named Bucky has a thin leg as well. Since, both the options have one common point “thin legs,” so, there is a possibility that this Bucky can be a fox.
after following, but not really , the young hunter on his search for the heron, sylvia slips out of bed alone in the middle of the night to find the heron for herself. perched at the top of a gigantic pine tree, sylvia spots the heron, and its nest, in a dead hemlock tree across the way. the following morning she returns home to find her grandmother and the hunter waiting for her at the door. in the moment when she plans to tell the hunter where to find the heron, she suddenly decides to protect the heron and remain silent; even the promise of much needed money does not sway her.
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