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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bat-eared_fox

The bat-eared fox (Otocyon megalotis) is a species of fox found on the African savanna, named ... The bat-eared fox is predominantly an insectivore that uses its large ears to locate its prey. ... Groups are able to forage on clumps of prey in patches because they do not fight each other for food due to their degree of sociality ...

www.whyzz.com/why-do-foxes-ears-point-forward

Foxes are famous for their full tails, thin snouts and pointy ears. In fact, their ears point forward, giving them a true advantage as they hunt! As foxes move forward  ...

www.ehow.co.uk/about_5497731_do-ears-fox-point-forward.html

If they do not succeed in catching it, they will give chase. A fox can run up to 25 miles per hour to catch rabbits and other small mammals. Forward-pointing ears  ...

www.answers.com/Q/Why_do_the_ears_of_a_fox_point_forward_as_sound_detectors

Foxes move their ears forward when they can hear a faint sound they try and hear the sound a little better so they can make out what it is.you won a million ...

urbanextension.wordpress.com/2008/04/21/fox-cleaning

Apr 21, 2008 ... The vixen has now got to the point where she can leave her cubs and ... is still very submissive but closes her eyes and her ears come forward.

nearbynature.fwni.org/backgrounds/predators-and-prey-background

Aug 5, 2015 ... What makes the fox clever and the deer swift, and why do both have a keen sense of ... As with eye position, predator ears tend to point forward.

www.highdefdigest.com/blog/mickey-mouse-strange-ears

Dec 8, 2010 ... Mickey looked a lot different than he does now, but his strange gyroscopic ears were the same. John Ford, an animator at Junction Point, says ...

www.psychologytoday.com/blog/canine-corner/201208/what-shape-is-your-dogs-ear

Aug 14, 2012 ... Sometimes dog people do take the shape of a pendant ear into ... Another good example of the button ear is the Fox Terrier. Rose eared Greyhound. If instead of folding forward the ear folds back at the midway point you get ...

www.animalbehaviorcollege.com/PawPrints/paw-prints.asp?ArticleID=197

Do you call to students in class? ... Many breeds with prick ears can rotate these pointed receptors in the direction ... grow upward from atop or toward the side of a dog's head, then fold over forward. ... Their unique shape is a product of selective breeding seen mostly in small terriers such as the Jack Russell or Fox Terrier.