The desert fox (fennec) does not live in mangroves.
The fennec (desert fox) lives in Africa in the Sahara.
The fennec fox or fennec or desert fox is a small nocturnal fox found in the Sahara of North Africa.
No, because there is hardly animals or water so they'll die of hunger.
Desert foxes, also known as Fennec foxes, live in the Sahara desert.
In the Americas, there are several species of fox found in the desert - gray fox, red fox and kit fox - are all seen in the deserts of the southwest.
No, it is primarily a fox of the Sahara,
The fennec fox lives in the Sahara Desert.
There are a number of species of fox that live in the desert but the fennec fox (see image above) is known as the desert fox. It lives in the Sahara of northern Africa.
No, the kit fox is an American fox and does not live in the Middle East.
The fennec fox lives in the Sahara - a desert biome.
Not all foxes that live in the desert are sandy colored. Two examples - the red fox and the gray fox.
it would be the arctic fox but the live in very different habbitats
Yes, there are species of both fox and wolf in the deserts of the world.
somes species or types of fox do live in tunnels. foxes in the desert often do, and they sometimes do in the grasslands or forests
The best known is the fennec fox, also called the desert fox. It is a small fox with huge ears that inhabits the Sahara. See the image above.
The kit fox lives in all the deserts of the southwest United States.
some animals do for e.g. arctic fox can live there because a hot desert can be so cold at night and an arctic fox love cold weather.
The Fennec Fox and the Kangaroo Rat are just two of the varied animals that live in the desert biomes.
There are foxes that live in both habitats. The arctic fox is an example of a desert fox since the arctic qualifies as a desert habitat.
There are currently 4 animals that live in Siwa: The Desert Fox, the Desert Dear, the Desert Rat, and the Desert Bird You will be lucky to see such as these animals with your eyes, as these animals are so extinct
The fennec fox, the worlds smallest foz, is a mammal that lives in the Sahara Desert Camels live in the Sahara Desert
The fennec is a fox found in the Sahara of northern Africa,
The gray fox is found in all the deserts of north America including the Chihuahuan, the Sonoran, the Great Basin, the Mojave, and the Colorado Plateau Desert.
There is no 'Europe desert fox.' The most common fox in Europe is the red fox. The true desert fox - the fennec - lives in the Sahara of northern Africa.