The Arctic Fox
The arctic fox likes very cold places. It lives in the Arctic regions of the earth, giving it it’s name. The areas include the areas throughout the entire Arctic tundra, through Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Russia, Norway, Scandinavia, and even Iceland. The arctic fox is also called the “polar fox” and the “snow fox”. The population is in the hundred thousands, and endangerment isn’t a threat in most areas.
The way these foxes hunt is unique, because each fox has excellent hearing! Males are on average 33.6” in length. Fe-males are 32.3” in length. Females weigh about approximately 6.4 pounds and males weigh about 7.7 pounds!
Read on and learn more about the Arctic Fox in today's Visit the Wildside!
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