Arctic Foxes By: Jenna Keiner

The tail length is 31 cm (male ,adult) 30 cm (female,adult. Short heavily furred around the ears limits dispersal of heat. Coat changes color in summer. The fur is reddish brown in winter. It develops a layer of insulating fat. And a thick white coat fur bottom paw.


Tundra, Northern hemisphere, Arctic, Northern Hemisphere, Can be found in many places throughout the entire arctic. Can live in areas ranging between 76 and 68 degrees fahrenheit. Can live in places such as Russia, Canada,Alaska,Iceland, and other locations


Fish,Voles,Seaweed,Berries,Eggs and sometimes arctic foxes follow polar bears for food scraps.

Works Cited

Brown Fox. Digital image. Wikimedia. Web. 6 Feb. 2017. <>. Fox following Polar Bear. Digital image. Web. 6 Feb. 2017. <>. Jumping Arctic Fox. Digital image. Freegreatpicture. Web. 6 Feb. 2017. <>. Sitting Fox. Digital image. Pixabay. Web. 2 Feb. 2017. <>. Tundra. Digital image. Wikimedia. Web. 6 Feb. 2017. <>.

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