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SCIENTIFIC NAME: Vulpes zerda
HOUSE NAME: Female "Daphne" Male "Bunga"
HABITAT: Sahara Desert, North Africa, East to Sinai and Arabia
CONSERVATION STATUS: Least Concern
FUN FACT: Fennec fox communicate with other foxes through urine and feces. They will also use vocalizations such as whimpers, barks, shrieks, squeaks, growls, and howls. Fennec foxes are monogamous and live in family groups of 10 or less. They are a nocturnal species and hide during the daylight. They build elaborate burrows to help them live underground. They can survive on very little water. Even though their legs aren’t long, they can run 20 mph.
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