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Fennec fox - Bat Eared Fox - Desert Fox

Fennec Fox - White Bat-Eared Fox - Desert Fox.

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Scientific Name - Vulpes Zerda (VERY RARE ALMOST WHITE SPECIMEN the rarest color )

Antique Or Natural Death - Natural Death 

Natural Death (and/or) Zoological Certification - DNA Verified / Zoological Certification included. (Ukraine Zoo)

Weight - 14 lbs in crating 

Measurements - Smallest Foxes On the Planet. 

Mount Type - Free Standing On Museum Made Stone Base

Origin / Natural Range - North Africa, Sinai, Arabian Peninsulas

Rarity - According to the ICUN the number of Fennec Foxes is unknown. “Data Deficient. It is protected in Morocco and Western Sahara, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt, where it has been documented in several protected areas.

NOTES - RARE IN ALMOST TOTALLY WHITE SPECIMEN. In North Africa, the fennec fox were and are still commonly trapped for exhibition or sale to tourists. Expansion of permanent human settlements in southern Morocco caused its disappearance in these areas and restricted it to marginal areas. The fur is prized by indigenous people of North Africa leading further to their possible decline. This animal was bred in a zoological breeding program. It passed away of natural causes. It was known for its very white color; possibly in part due to age. This fox is protected in Morocco and Western Sahara, Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt, where it has been documented in several protected areas.

 

Type Of Animal - Taxidermy - Gray-Headed Swamphen - Super Colorful Specimen!

Scientific Name - Porphyrio Poliocephalus

Antique Or Natural Death - Natural Zoological Death

Natural Death (and/or) Zoological Certification - Natural Zoological death (Zoological Assn. Certificate Included)

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Mount Type - Free Standing On Wood Base

Origin / Natural Range - Middle East, Indian Subcontinent, Southern China, Northern Thailand. (Alien birds have been seen in Florida). This hen is from an overseas zoo hence the exceptional color.

Rarity - Hard to find mounted but not endangered.

NOTES - Gorgeous, blue specimen. Male has elaborate courtship display holding water weeds in his bill and bowing to the female with loud chuckles. This mount is an older mount from the collection. One of our favorites.