Fennec: Also called the Desert Fox, it is the smallest canidae family. It lives in the Sahara in North Africa and a number of regions of the Arabian Peninsula. It is 40 cm long, 20 cm high, and its tail length is 25 cm and weighs 1.5 kg.
Fennec is characterized by a strong sense of smell, and it has two small eyes that are accurate to observe, and it has a medium-sized mouth with sharp teeth, and it has two large ears with a length of 15 cm that help it get rid of excess heat and also helps it hear the most accurate sounds and from far places as it can hear the sound of insects such as beetles, and has Sandy fur that helps him blossom in his desert surroundings.
Fennec is active at night and feeds on rodents such as mice, and insects such as locusts, lizards, birds, and eggs. It also feeds on some types of plants such as roots, herbs, some types of fruits and blackberries.