BIO 203


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             The Arctic fox can endure temperatures up to -50 degrees Celsius and has the warmest coat of any animal found in the Arctic region.


         It is both a carnivore (eats the lemming) and a scavenger.



         Their dens have been discovered with as many as 100 different entrances.       


         The feet of the Arctic fox are covered in hair, very similar to the snowshoe hare’s foot.



         Their tail takes up about 30-35% of their entire body length!



To learn more specific information about the artic fox try checking out its habitat, nutrition, interactions, or adaptations pages!

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