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Transcript of Fennec Fox
Humans are now only allowed to trap them 3 months out of every year.
Size: 35cm - 40cm (14in to 16in)
Color: Sandy white
Habitat: Sandy Desert
Predators: Hyena, Eagle, Humans
Life Span: 12 to 16 years
Wendesday, May 7, 2014
The Fennec Fox is located in the Sahara Desert in Northern Africa.
By Kelsie Kerns
The fennec fox seems to be the only carnivore living in the Sahara Desert able to survive without free water. Their kidneys are adapted to restrict water loss.
They also have thick fur on the soles of their feet, which insulate against the hot sand of the desert.
This extra fur on the soles of their feet also affords them excellent traction in the loose sand.
From being trapped by humans to be sold in the pet trade.
Steps taken to help survival