A picture taken on November 6, 2016 shows a seven-week old fennec fox (Vulpes zerda) at the Ramat Gan Safari zoo near the Israeli coastal city of Tel Aviv. / AFP PHOTO / JACK GUEZ - JACK GUEZ / AFP
He is known for his large ears and very small size. The fennec is a fox from the arid zones of the African continent, perfectly adapted to its environment.
Smaller than most cats, it measures between 18 and 22 cm in height and rarely exceeds 40 cm in length.
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