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2016-07-15 14:55:00

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

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Fennec Foxes ears can usually grow to an average of 10-15cm. :) LOL


Gestation is usually between 50 and 52 days, although there have been 62 and 63 day gestation periods reported from foxes in captivity.


Fennec foxes have large ears to dissipate heat, and keep them cool. Also it means they can hear over long distances. XX


No, but as long as you state has laws on them, then you can buy one with permits and papers needed to keep the animal.


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Foxes didn't choose to have "large" ears and they don't. You may have seen the Fennec fox, they do have quite big ears. Why? They are desert foxes and must hear their prey. The desert is pretty calm and quiet, so the Fennec must hear for any prey possible. But no, not all foxes have large ears.


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