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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Fennec Fox

The fennec fox is the smallest member of the fox family and lives across the Sahara region of North Africa and in the northern deserts of Saudi Arabia. Its large ears radiate heat to keep it cool and also help it find prey.

I photographed this fox at the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington, USA.


Blogger VallyP said...

What a sweetie! Thise big ears are ideal fans aren;t they, but the give him a vulnerable puppyish look.
Glad to see you back with us again.

1:59 PM

Blogger Anne-Marie said...

Aww, what a cutie. I've seen picturesof these foxes before. They remind me of corgies, for some reason.

Nice to see you back.


4:59 PM

Blogger VallyP said...

Just saw your comment on my blog, Paul. I guessed you'd been very busy, but it's good (as I said before) to see you back again. If you'd like to see more pics of a beautiful Africa, check out my daughter's blog. There's a link to it on my page called Mo&Craig's blog. She's posted some stunning images.
Take care Paul and don't work too hard.

8:46 AM

Blogger Lisa said...

Nice blog...I've been watching eagles for 2 weeks.

2:11 PM

Blogger Lisa said...

try again...

2:12 PM

Blogger Paige-Animal Lover said...

I wrote a story about the fennec on my website. I think they are so cute. Here is the address. if you want to read it.
Thank You

9:56 PM

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12:04 AM

Blogger cj72lsu said...

is a fennec fox a endagered animal

3:04 PM

Blogger pups said...

So cute

7:20 AM

Blogger pups said...

so cute

7:21 AM


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