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Fennec foxes are not endangered.

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Fennec foxes are not endangered and are listed as a species "of least concern."


Fennec foxes live in the deserts of Africa.


No, fennec foxes are not endangered.


Hello! You can find fennec foxes in the Sahara Desert of North Africa.


No, the fennec fox is not endangered.


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


No the fennec fox is listed as "Least Concern." It is not endangered.


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


what other animals live in the fennec foxs habitat.


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


Fennec foxes are not endangered. They are listed as 'of least concern.'


Fennec foxes are not endangered and have never be listed as such. They are listed as "of least concern."


I am pretty sure that eagles and owls would eat feenec foxs


10 years if they are wild & 12 years if they're not and healthy


The fennec fox is in no danger of becoming extinct.


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


Fennec foxes have never been endangered. They are doing quite well in their natural habitat in the Sahara of northern Africa.


No, the fennec fox is in no danger of extinction. It is quite common in its range.


i am pretty sure they are, if you want to be sure, check if theres a breeder around, and check with them


They are not currently in danger of extinction.


They live in the norhtern parts of Africa. majority in the Sahara desert and along the sinai and Arabian peninsulas


Fennecs are not endangered. They are quite plentiful in their range.


No it is not. the Pet Trade brought it back.


No, they are currently a "Least Concern" on the IUCN Red List.


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