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No, fennec foxes are not endangered.

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Fennec foxes are not endangered. They are classified as "of least concern."


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Fennec foxes are not endangered and have never been listed as such.


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there not endangered anymore, now there just threatened. but there threatened because native saharians hunted them for fur


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Fennec foxes are a light beige in color.


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Fennec foxes are found in the Sahara in northern Africa.


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No, fennec foxes are natives of the Sahara and do not live in France.


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