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Steve Asbell
Steve Asbell • 1 year ago

"Critically endangered Fennec Hare born at Korea's Pyongyang People's Zoo. *** It is just as it looks a photoshop kitten/bunny combo. An April fools day hoax, based on how cute baby Fennec foxes are! ***"

  • Editor UKbride
    Editor UKbride • 1 year ago

    Its very cute all the same!

  • Maureen McGrogan
    Maureen McGrogan • 1 year ago

    maybe a cross-breeding experiment might work.... he's so cute! i want one!!!

  • Kate Eglan-Garton
    Kate Eglan-Garton • 1 year ago

    Tell me it's not so! What a cruel joke.

  • Rey Orascanin Cejvanova

    @Maureen McGrogan - great thought but no, it would never work. they are 2 different "Order" of mammals in the Phylogenic tree for a start! one a feline the other rodent! so it goes as per this order in the tree : KINGDOM, PHYLUM, CLASS, ORDER, FAMILY, GENUS, SPECIES eg: it works like this: FOR THE EASTERN GREY as follows: Kingdom-Animalia Phylum-Chordata Class-Mammalia Order-Rodentia Family- Sciurdae (squirrel) Genus- Siurus (italics) Species- Sciurus carolinensis (italics) Where as domestic cats have a completely different ORDER FAMILY GENUS AND SPECIES! let me know if you want me to list that for you! im end of 2nd year Wildlife Biology Student so half a scientist technically!

  • Rey Orascanin Cejvanova

    just in case @Maureen McGrogan - the Taxonomy for a cat is: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Felidae Genus: Felis Species: domesticus in lamens terms a "Feline".....so definitely not possible to cross a feline with a rodent. however, (this may be interesting to you) you can cross a horse with a donkey and get a Mule. 2 Mules cannot mate and produce an offspring. so the only way to get another mule is to mate another horse and donkey again from scratch. that is why you dont see a lot of them! it should technically never happen anyway, but as a freak of science, genetics and nature it did and does....not advisable!

  • Rey Orascanin Cejvanova

    @Kate Eglan-Garton - NO! definitely a joke.....CANNOT HAPPEN....see comment above!

  • Crystal Mills
    Crystal Mills • 1 year ago

    The fennec fox is a canine its not a rodent and neither are rabbits but agree they couldn't breed

  • Rey Orascanin Cejvanova

    Actually @Crystal Mills - a fox is a canine or if you like this is its order in the Phylogenic tree:Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Suborder: Caniformia Family: Canidae however,a rabbit is definitely not a rodent! Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Superphylum: Chordata Phylum: Vertebrata Class: Mammalia Order: Lagomorpha Family: Leporidae however, they do share quite a few common traits to the "Rodentia' and are very closely related to Rodents. that said they are also very closely related to the Horse (quine) because of how similar their digestive systems are.... back on topic the "FENNEC FOX" is real, it is rare and found in Saudi Arabia Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Carnivora Family: Canidae Genus: Vulpes Species: V. zerda As for the "FENNEC HARE", does not exist. elaborate photoshop hoax no matter how cute!

  • Laura cmmc
    Laura cmmc • 1 year ago

    Hahaha! ^ ^^

  • Caitlin Rodd
    Caitlin Rodd • 39 weeks ago

    Okay... this is actually a photoshopped hoax/prank. For the love of god stop perpetuating this stupid pic.

  • Nancy Muñoz
    Nancy Muñoz • 3 weeks ago

    Fennec Fox...yes. Fennec Hare...ummm, nope!

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