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Desert fox male defend its territory by urinating on rock.

By priyank.dhami
Camera

Canon EOS 80D

Lens

EF100-400mm f/4.5-5.6L IS USM +1.4x III

ISO

1600

Aperture

f 8

Shutter Speed

1/800 sec

Exposure Compensation

-0.33333333333333 EV

Like most predators, desert foxes are territorial by nature. Males defend their territory fiercely, particularly during breeding season and food scarcity periods. They mark territories with urine and pheromones, to indicate that the area is occupied, and trespassers are not welcome.

priyank.dhami

Hello, Myself Priyank Dhami, pharmacist & doing export business of pharma products, Nature lover, Wildlife & Macro Photographer by hobby.