Yes, the desert fox, also known as the fennec fox, has fur.
a fox covered in sand
German General Erwin Rommel was known as "the Desert Fox"
A fertile place in the desert with water is known as an oasis.
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.
Desert foxes, also known as Fennec foxes, live in the Sahara desert.
German General Erwin Rommel, commander of the Afrika Korps was known as the Desert Fox.
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 Fennec Fox, but it has also been known to reside in Saudia Arabia The Fennec Fox, but it has also been known to reside in Saudia Arabia
In World War 2, the Desert Fox was known as Erwin Rommel. He is known for the 20th July Plot, which was a Assassination Attempt by Hitler but didn't succeed due to change in location of the meeting.
The Fennec Fox, aka desert fox, primarily lives in the Sahara Desert.
The German general Erwin Rommel was known as the Desert Fox, due to his military campaigns in Northern Africa during the Second World War.
Erwin Rommel was a German Field Marshal of World War II. Known as the "Desert Fox" he was forced to commit suicide by Hitler.
フェネック /fe ne-kuu/ means 'desert fox, fennec fox' if you mean the animal (Vulpes zerda).砂漠の狐 /sa ba ku no ki tsu ne/ means 'desert fox, fox of desert' if you literally want to say fox from/belonging to a desert, as in a title or something.The 1951 movie about Erwin Rommel (he is nicknamed Desert Fox) with this title is known as 砂漠の鬼将軍 : sabaku no onishougun [lit: the demonic general of the desert, brave-heart general of the desert] in Japanese.
If you're asking "In WWII, who was known as the 'Desert Fox'?" Then the answer is Erwin Rommel, a Nazi Field Marshall.
That was General Irwin Rommel, known as the 'Desert Fox'.
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.
Erwin Rommel, known as the Desert Fox.