No. Polar bears eat seals, they tend to leave arctic foxes alone.
A polar bear will eat anything that it catches, including foxes.
Yup, the arctic fox follows around the polar bear, and eats the scraps the polar bear left behind. However, if the arctic fox annoys the polar bear, the bear will chase it off
the arctic fox will eat lemmings, birds, and when food is scarce it will follow polar bear tracks and eat the leftover carcase.
The arctic fox is in the family Canidae, whereas the polar bear is in the family Ursidae.
The polar bear, the Arctic fox and the wolf will scavenge at times.
An artic fox would not stand any chance about a polar bear but as it is a scavenger it would probably eat a polar bear which was already dead.Polar bears are not a food item for the arctic fox, but arctic foxes will scavenge carcasses, such as seals, etc., and if a dead polar bear is found, the fox probably won't hesitate to get a quick meal. Arctic foxes mainly eat rodents, eggs, and birds.
Polar bears don't eat Arctic foxes, but Arctic foxes do eat Arctic hares.
an arctic fox isn't prey for a polar bear [also i do not think that foxes become friends with polar bears
Polar bears would eat an arctic fox.
The polar bear and arctic fox.
Not as dangerous as a Polar Bear.