The Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus), also known as the white fox, polar fox, or snow
fox, is a small fox native to the Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and ...
The arctic fox is an incredibly hardy animal that can survive frigid Arctic
temperatures as low as –58°F (-50°C) in the treeless lands where it makes its
Of course, the defining feature of the Arctic fox is their deep, thick fur which allows
them to maintain a consistent body temperature. Arctic foxes also have thick fur ...
The Arctic fox (Vulpes lagopus) is superbly adapted for life at sub-zero
temperatures. While this species is best known for its pristine, white winter coat,
during the ...
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Debate continues on whether the arctic fox should be classified into Vulpes or
into its own genus of Alopex. The arctic fox is also known as the polar fox or the ...
The arctic fox is dark gray to bluish brown in the summer. In the winter its fur is
white or creamy white. It has a long bushy tail, a short nose and small curled back
The Arctic fox eats Arctic hares and some birds and bird eggs. But the main
source of food is the lemming and the population size fluctuates with the cycle of
The species inhabits most Arctic islands and many islands in the Bering Sea. The
Arctic Fox was also introduced to previously isolated islands in the Aleutian ...
A well adapted predator, the arctic fox has a gray, or blue coat in the summer and
a thick, ... The male fox brings food for the family and guards the den. Arctic Fox