Diet Secrets of the Bat-Eared Fox
Katherine A. Thichava
At a bat-eared fox sanctuary in Namibia, Nick Baker gets an up-close and personal view of how bat-eared foxes find a meal.
In unforgiving desert climate, the foxes are uniquely designed to find their favorite food, termites, underground and burrowed in trees. Their huge ears allow them to pick up the tiniest sounds made by their prey while many teeth help them get at their next meal.
Wild Baboon Crouches Over Tiny Frog, But Can’t Figure Out If Green Creature Is Food Or Friend: Click “Next” below!
The Rainforest Site
is a place where people can come together to protect our environment for generations to come. In addition to signing important environmental petitions, shopping for the cause, and learning about the natural world, visitors can take just a moment each day to click on a green button to preserve vital wildlife habitat. Visit The Rainforest Site and click today - it's free!