Cute baby foxes out of den to sunbathe on NW China prairie

A herdsman captured baby Tibetan foxes on camera on a prairie in Qinghai Province, northwest China.

The foxes are about three months old. They usually stay close to their den for the first few months after birth and leave at about eight months old.

Jiatang Prairie, with an elevation of about 4,200 meters, is a protected area for nature conservation. 

Tibetan foxes are known for their small body size and square-shaped faces.

(All images provided by Shan Shui Conservation Center)

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