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  • Savannah Mullins

    baby fennec fox - pretty sure there isn't a more adorable animal on the planet. Also maybe next pet?!?

  • Cornelius Hodkiewicz

    Baby white fox. #Baby Animals #cute baby Animals

  • Sylvius Plemmons

    baby arctic fox *** Yet another one... sorry folks but this is actually a Fennec Fox cub from Sahara of North Africa, not the Arctic! (You can tell by those lovely big Fennec fox ears)! ***

  • Brad Renner

    baby fennec fox - so #cute baby Animals #Baby Animals|

  • Christy Klein

    Baby Fennec fox. Dave likes to think if we just steal a baby fox we could domesticate it. If we're going to do it, it has to be this cute little fella.

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baby fennec fox.... I want one... And I know where there is a breeder... Hunnie... ;)

i love penguins:) someone can buy me one !

Two cute fennecs! by Tambako the Jaguar, via Flickr

Fennec fox. The fennec fox or fennec is a small nocturnal fox found in the Sahara of North Africa. Its most distinctive feature is its unusually large ears, which serve to dissipate heat. From Wikipedia. photographed at Everland Zoo, South Korea.

I used to have a Fennec fox. His name was todd. They are awesome animals. But sleep quite a bit during the day.

fox! Omg. It almost hurts it's so cute. I want. I want.

☀Arctic Fox by Scott Grant on Flickr*

Polar Fox (Polarfuchs im Polarzoo) by Ulli, he's cool looking !!!

The fennec fox (Vulpes zerda) is a small nocturnal fox found in the Sahara of North Africa. Its most distinctive feature is unusually large ears. The name “fennec” comes from the Arabic word for fox, and the species name zerda has a Greek origin that refers to its habitat.