Vulpes riffautae is an extinct species of fox from the late Miocene of Chad . Fossils of V. riffautae potentially represent the earliest record of the dog family, Canidae, in the Old World. V. riffautae was intermediate in size between Rüppell's fox and the fennec fox .
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