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Bengal Fox or Indian Fox with the scientific name Vulpes bengalensis is the species native to the Indian Subcontinent.
They are mainly found at the Terai region and at the foothills of the Himalayas. They belong to the family called Canidae and the genus Vulpes. The quick classification of Bengal Fox is as below,
Their ears are large for their size and are possible an adaptation for thermoregulation in their hot, arid habitats. The colour of their coat is buff orange with paler underparts and black tip on its tail. The fur is reddish brown in color. Bengal fox lives for about 10-12 years.