The arctic fox lives in the tundra areas of the world ranging from Alaska to Russia. They eat squirrels, lemmings, small birds, eggs, berries and fish and grow to be between 18 and 26 inches long. More »

Some fun facts about birds include that not all birds fly, even though their ability to fly is one of the first things people think of when they consider birds. There are nearly 10,000 species of birds, and they are foun... More »

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Arctic seals, more commonly known as harp seals, are carnivorous animals with average life-spans of approximately 20 years, though some live as long as 30 to 35 years. Harp seals can reach a hefty 400 pounds, and their c... More »

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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 »

The arctic fox lives in the Arctic regions of the northern hemisphere. This includes the northernmost parts of Canada, Alaska and Russia. The arctic fox has several adaptations, such as a compact body and thick fur, that... More »

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Enemies of the arctic fox include polar bears, wolves and eagles, which see the fox as a handy meal. Humans are also enemies to the fox, hunting them for their beautiful snowy white hides. More »

The Arctic fox protects itself with its sharp teeth and claws and with its thick coat. The fox uses its teeth and claws not only during hunting, but also for self-defense against bigger predators. More »