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No, cacti are natives of the Americas and the fennec is from Africa.

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No, cacti are natives of the Americas and the fennec is from Africa.


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


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


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Fennec Foxes live in the Sahara desert in Africa. They are also present elsewhere in Africa. Fennec Foxes are the smallest foxes in the world, but they have very big ears.


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Fennec foxes are not found naturally in Maryland. They are from the Sahara in north Africa.