Fennec Foxes: Why Are Their Ears So Big? | National Geographic

Fennec Foxes: Why Are Their Ears So Big? | National Geographic

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Fennec foxes are the smallest of the fox species … but their ears can grow to be half the size of their bodies.
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Fennec Foxes: Why Are Their Ears So Big? | National Geographic
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