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Arctic Fox Powerpoint

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kalie grant

on 8 January 2015

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Transcript of Arctic Fox Powerpoint

Common name: Arctic Fox
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Canidae
Genus: Alopex
Species: Lagopus

Arctic Fox Powerpoint
Home Sweet Home
The Food Chain
Food Web of the arctic fox
The foxes color range is from brown fur(in the summer) to nearly pure white(in the winter). It's weight ranges from 6-9 pounds.
The Characteristics
The fox's reproduction is sexual and gives live birth which, in an average litter, is 6 - 8, both the mother and the father care for their young which places them in the k strategist category.
The fox is a consumer, a heterotroph, a 2nd order consumer.

The arctic fox usually eats small animal carcasses and some berries. It is a scavenger and a predator for small animals such as lemmings, owls, etc. The fox is a prey for larger animals like polar bears, wolves, etc.
The behavior of the animal is how they deal with the frigid weather and can make a meal out of anything. They have incredible hearing, from their front-facing ears, which can help them to locate the whereabouts of their prey beneath the snow bed.
Characteristics Continued
Arctic Fox Project
By: Kalie Grant 3rd Period, Biology
The arctic fox is native to the Arctic
areas of the Northern Hemisphere and
resides mostly
throughout the Arctic
tundra biome. It is adapted to
living within cold environments.
This includes parts of Canada,
Russia, Greenland, Iceland
Scandinavia, Svalbard, and Alaska.
The fox's habitat is a den near a hillside or even a riverbed. The extinction status is "least concern."
Sun -> Grass -> Arctic Hare -> Arctic Fox -> Arctic Wolf -> Hunter
The fox reproduces a "j
curve" and is a
eukaryote animal.
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