Fennec

Fen'nec (fĕn'nĕk) noun [ Arabic fanek .] (Zoology) A small, African, foxlike animal ( Vulpes zerda ) of a pale fawn color, remarkable for the large size of its ears.
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fennec

<zoology> A small, African, foxlike animal (Vulpes zerda) of a pale fawn colour, remarkable for the large size of its ears. ... Origin: Ar. Fanek. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Fennec

• (n.) A small, African, foxlike animal (Vulpes zerda) of a pale fawn color, remarkable for the large size of its ears.
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fennec

(species Fennecus zerda), desert-dwelling fox, family Canidae, found in north Africa and the Sinai and Arabian peninsulas. The fennec is ... [2 related articles]
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fennec

fennec: see fox.
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Fennec

The fennec (Fennecus verda) is a small nocturnal desert fox found in north Africa and Arabia. The fennec is whitish or buff-coloured, with a short, black-tipped tail and large ears. It is nocturnal, and lives in burrows, and feeds on jerboas, lizards, small birds and the like.
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fennec

Small nocturnal desert fox Fennecus zerda found in North Africa and Arabia. It has a head and body only 40 cm/1.3 ft long, and its enormous ears act as radiators to lose excess heat. It eats insects and small animals
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fennec

small long-eared African fox
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Fennec

[climate program] Fennec is a large-scale, international, multi-institutional, multi-platform, observational, modelling and satellite climate program in the Saharan Heat Low region (southern Algeria, eastern Morocco, Northern Mauritania, Northern Mali and Northern Niger). The Saharan Heat Low is a key component of the West African Monsoon a...
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