The Fennec fox has many adaptations. First of all, its ears. The Fennec fox’s ears are about 15 centimeters long and they help the blood circulate through them and be cooled by the night air before going back into the body to cool it down. Second of all, their kidneys. Their kidneys are adapted to the water loss common in the desert. The Fennec fox makes a lot of burrows which cause the formation of dew, which can then be consumed. They also receive moisture from the food they eat. Third of all, their burrowing and lifestyle help restrict water loss. Fourth of all, they have thick fur to help them keep warm during the night. Fifth, they have sandy colored fur to blend into their background and to reflect the heat. Lastly, the Fennec has thick fur on the soles of their feet to protect their feet from burning from the hot sand and so they can grip the loose sand better as to not slip.