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Fennec foxes, from North Africa are nocturnal omnivores, meaning they eat both meat and plants. They will sometimes eat grass to settle their stomachs like dogs do - and while they eat meat when it's available they will also eat fruit, eggs and berries when it's not.

They are omnivores. They try to eat plants but they can also eat insects, rodents reptiles, and eggs.

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