Emerging at dusk from an underground den, the bat-eared fox prowls for prey. It tends to hang out near herds of zebra, buffalo, and other large mammals that attract insects. Listening intently with its five-inch long ears, the fox can detect a termite chewing grass or a beetle larva burrowing underground.
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Fox Ears: The bat-eared fox can rotate its cup-shaped ears independently to pinpoint the exact location of prey.