Otherwise known as the bengal fox, it lives in India, Pakistan and Nepal. Their habitat is scrub and grassland, but they avoid dense forest and steep places. Their head body length is 39-57 cm, and their tail length is 24-32 cm. They have a great coat, paler undersides, tawny legs, and a black tipped tail. Their diet mainly consists of rodents, crabs, small birds, reptiles, fruits, termites, and insects. The mating season starts in Autumn, with 2-4 pups born after a gestation period of about 50-60 days.