(Vulpes corsac, Liška korsak) from ZOO Berlin, Germany
Yay, I am SO happy this fox is finally in my gallery!
I travelled many kilometres to see it and I am shocked and pleased that I managed to take a photo of this fantastic animal, although there was a double fence and the weather was cloudy and rainy
Now I have: arctic, red, silver, fennec, bat-eared and corsac fox in my gallery. Quite a good collection
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____________INFO ABOUT THE ANIMAL:Name:
Corsac fox (Vulpes corsac)Location:
Steppe, semi-arid climate: Central Asia, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, ChinaSize:
70-90 cm (including tail) weight:
small rodents, insects, berries and fruitsConservation status:
Least ConcernInteresting facts:
Corsac fox is a rather small fox. The colour of the foxes varies among the populations, but it is usually grey-yellow |
Corsac fox is the most active during the evening and night. During the day, they stay hidden in a burrow – corsac foxes live in groups, making small colonies |
mother gives birth to 2-11 kits |
Corsac fox is less smelly than other fox species |
Corsac foxes are bad and slow runners, but good climbers |
although people hunt them for fur and although the populations can be very damaged by natural disasters, their numbers are able to recover quickly.
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