| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||50 - 60 cms (19.7 - 23.6 inches)
||22 - 35 cms (8.7 - 13.8 inches)
||2.5 - 5 Kgs (5.5 - 11 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
Corsac Foxes have a body length between 50 and 60 cms (19.7 - 23.6 inches), a tail length between 22 and 35 cms (8.7 - 13.8 inches) and they weigh between 2.5 and 5 kgs (5.5 - 11 lbs). Their thick fur is silver grey in colour with a pale underside.
Corsac Foxes can be found in the semi-deserts and steppes of central and north east Asia.
Corsac Foxes mainly feed on rodents but they will also eat birds, insects and fruits.
After a gestation period of 50 - 60 days, Corsac Foxes give birth to 2 - 6 kits in a den. Nothing is known about the development of the youngsters.
Humans are predators of Corsac Foxes.
Subspecies of the Corsac Fox include:
Vulpes corsac corsac
Vulpes corsac kalmykorum
Vulpes corsac turcmenicus
Corsac Foxes are also known as:
Blanford's Fox (Vulpes cana) are also known as Corsac, but please note these are different species.
Tibetan Sand Fox