Arctic cod liver oil is usually a cold-pressed oil derived from the livers of cod fish caught deep in the seas surrounding the Earth's North Pole, particularly off Scandinavia. The oil normally is sold in capsule form fo... More »

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Narwhals feed on Arctic cod. Belugas and ringed seals also prey on Arctic cod, although not in great quantities comparatively. Seabirds, such as murres, are dependent on Arctic cod as a food source as well. More »

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Some fish that live in the arctic tundra are cod, flatfish, salmon and trout. Arctic tundras are in northern sections of Alaska, Canada, Greenland and Russia. More »

The narwhal, a medium-sized whale with a long tooth that looks like a unicorn's horn, feeds on fish that swim in Arctic seas such as Greenland halibut, arctic cod, polar cod, squid, shrimp and cuttlefish. Because narwhal... More »

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Foods that provide vitamin D include cod liver oil, cooked swordfish, cooked sockeye salmon and canned tuna fish. Other sources of vitamin D are egg yolks, beef liver, fortified milk, yogurt and orange juice. Canned sard... More »

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The diet of an arctic cod varies greatly as it grows, and at different times includes different components of plankton (mainly small crustaceans such as copepods, amphipods, euphausiids and arrow worms), shrimp and other... More »

Arctic foxes live in the tundra regions of Greenland, Alaska, Russia, Canada, Norway and Scandinavia. They are also found In Iceland where they are the only native land mammal. More »