Baby Fennec foxes in Poland
Thu, 07 Jun 2012 2:11p.m.
Two young Fennec foxes (Vulpes zerda) have been photographed being bottle-fed at the zoological garden in Lodz, Poland.
The young animals, born one month ago, were abandoned by their mother and were placed in an incubator.
The Fennec is the very smallest of the wild canid species.
Their distinctive, large ears radiate body heat and keep the foxes cool in their natural habitats - the Sahara and elsewhere in North Africa.
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