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The fennec fox is a small canid that lives in the deserts of northern Africa. It resembles its relative, the fox, except for its erect ears, each of which is as large as its face. The fennec can dig with great speed, and when pursued it seems almost to dive into the sand. Its burrow is lined with soft material, such as bits of fur and feathers. Fennecs usually sleep during the day, coming out at night to seek prey. It feeds mainly on mice, small birds, lizards, insects, and sometimes fruit, and it can go without water for indefinite periods of time, which is an adaptation to its desert habitat.