The Corsac Fox, also called Steppe Fox, Tibetan Fox and just the Corsac, is native to steppes and semi-deserts of Central Asia including Mongolia and northern China.
It has hooked claws for climbing
It has a thick, insulating winter coat, - and as a result is hunted for its fur.
The summer coat is thinner and browner.
A social fox, several dens are interconnected in Corsac cities.
It is active in the daytime more than many other species of fox.