Corsac Fox (Vules corsac)

Origin- The Corsac Fox in habitats the steppes and semi-deserts across central Asia including, Afghanistan, Mongolia and Tibet

Family- Canidae

Lifespan- 13 years in the wild

Diet- Foxes are carnivourous and eat rodents, insects and birds. However thet will eat plant material if food is scarce

Description- The Corsac Fox is a small fox mostly great or reddish grey in colour with silver under tones. Their fur is thick and soft all over. Its large pointy ears are broad at the base. They are slow runners but excellent climbers. They are a social fox and are sometimes called the Steppe Fox.

Conservation- Corsac Foxes are listed as least concern on the IUCN Red List

least concern