What Do Arctic Foxes Eat?


Arctic foxes hunt and eat lemmings and rabbits. They are scavengers and will devour almost anything, including what polar bears have left behind. When food is plentiful, the will bury their food for later.
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The arctic fox can eat almost any form of meat readily available. Prey consists primarily
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Arctic Foxes eat small mammals, birds, insects, eggs, berries and carrion.
When it comes to what they eat, Arctic foxes are not very discriminating. However, their favorite meal are lemmings (rodents); they can eat these for days. Other foods of choice are some eggs with a little Arctic Hare. When things get rough, well, they will even eat the carcasses of dead animals, leftovers and feces from other predators (now that is desperate).
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