Actually, they behave surprisingly similar to your regular foxes. However, you tend to find that they have an extensive baroreceptor reflex to mediate vasocontriction. This is because it is cold in the arctic and shivering due to vasocontriction helps keep them warm.
Also, their paws are larger with longer claws to make it easier to walk on ice.
No. Arctic foxes live in the Arctic, not the Antarctic.
No, Arctic foxes do not have horns.
A polar bear preys on arctic foxes A polar bear preys on arctic foxes
Yes, Arctic foxes live on the tundra of the Arctic.
Arctic foxes are soooo cute!
Yes, Arctic foxes are vertebrates.
There are no Arctic foxes in Antarctica. They only live in the Arctic.
Arctic foxes live in the Arctic and alpine tundra and on ice floes (sheets of ice).
Arctic foxes belong to the same genus as all foxes. It is based on their physical characteristics.
No, Arctic foxes do not attack people.
How many arctic foxes. ?
do arctic foxes live in packs- no
Arctic foxes live primarily on the tundra.
Arctic foxes are canines - dogs.
They live in the high Arctic regions and they are foxes.
Arctic foxes live all year long in the Arctic.
Red foxes do live in the Arctic and compete there with the Arctic fox.
Arctic foxes live in the arctic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Arctic foxes and red foxes will kill and eat ermine occasionally.
Arctic foxes live in the Arctic because they are adapted to live there, and so they do.They are adapted to their habitat
Yes. As the name suggests, arctic foxes live in the tundra region.
There is no such thing as sea foxes. but there is an arctic fox.
Yes, Arctic foxes are found in Greenland.
Arctic foxes have internal fertilization.
People kill Arctic foxes for their pelt.