Fennec fox

The Life of Animals | Fennec fox | Fox Fennec weighs about 1.5 to 3.5 pounds (0.68 to 1, 6 kg), with a length between 24 to 41 cm (9-16 inches), which is about 20.3 cm (8 inch) high. It is the smallest canid species worldwide. The ears are the largest of all the characteristics fennec foxes in conjunction with the size of the body and for heating, because it contains many blood vessels near the skin. The ears of a fennec are sensitive enough to hear prey, the subway, the soles of your feet from the hot desert sand, protected by thick fur Fennec Fox information about social behavior is mainly based on captive animals. Play behavior is common in adults of the species. Fennec foxes make different sounds, barking, purring like a cat at risk and a growl.

Much is still uncertain of their basic ecology and behavior in the wild, and a 2004 report by the International Union for Conservation of Nature stated that comprehensive study of the species, with particular emphasis on the habitat use and population dynamics in nature is delayed Fennec foxes are social animals that mate for life, with each pair or family controlling their own territory. In the wild, mating usually between the months of January and February for litters born occurs from March to April.

At birth, the kit folded ears and eyes closed, eyes open in about ten days and the ears lifting soon after the life of a Fennec fox as to 14 as listed in captivity. The range extends from Morocco to Egypt as far south as northern Niger and in the east on the Sinai Peninsula and Kuwait Which is typical for Fennec Fox dug into the sand, either in open spaces or places protected by stable dune plants consider their ideal habitat.

Fennec Fox main enemies are the different types of African owl. Fennec foxes are often captured for sale to animals and skins for the human population of North Africa trade. The Fennec fox is bred commercially as an exotic pet. Breeders tend to attract teams of young mother on the hand backwards, as owners prefer tame foxes and manageable, which makes them more expensive.

The species is "wild Small / exotic canid" as by the U.S. Department of Agriculture listed, along with the coyote, dingo, jackal and fox Arctic, and is the only species of fox considered, with the exception of domesticated silver fox that can be kept good pets. Record in the United States, maintained in order to avoid inbreeding are The legality of owning a fennec fox varies by jurisdiction, how many exotic pets. Saint-Exupéry also mentioned a meeting with fennec when.
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