Rüppell's fox

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Rüppell's Fox (Vulpes rueppelli), also spelled Rueppell's Fox and also called the Sand Fox, is a species of fox.

It lives in North Africa and the Greater Middle East region, from Morocco to Pakistan. It is named after the German collector Eduard Rüppell. It has an average life expectancy of up to 6 or 7 years in the wild, but can live much longer in captivity.