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Transcript of Arctic Fox
The arctic fox is nomadic within a homes range moving from place to place in search for food. A males range is much larger than a female's. Arctic foxes do not hibernate which means they can produce up to two liters a year. They usually have about 5 pups.
In some places the arctic fox is very common but in other places the arctic foxes population is gravely in endangered. Even when we are trying to breed the population is dropping dramatically.
Arctic Foxes Range
Arctic foxes are found all throughout the whole arctic tundra through Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Russia, Norway, Scandinavia, and even in Iceland where it is the only native animal
Arctic foxes are omnivores and they eat about anything but lemmings make up most of their daily food. This is a list of food they eat fish, small birds, rodents, and sometimes even leftovers from bigger animals like polar bears.
Information about the Arctic Fox
Size: 2.3 to 5.3 ft.
weight:6.5 to 21 lbs.
lifespan: around 5 to 8 years.
they use their furry tail as a blanket.
they have good hearing and can hear animals under the snow and pounce on them.
innate vs. learned
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