if the arctic fox became extinct, all of these animals would overpopulate, and have trouble finding enough food. It will affect the food web because the arctic fox’s predators will have less prey and the arctic fox’s prey will have less predators.
An Arctic fox is a predator as well as a prey item.
Polar bears, wolf packs, red foxes and humans are only real predators of the adult Arctic fox, along with large birds of prey such as snowy owls, that primarily prey on the smaller and more vulnerable Arctic fox cubs.
Most of the prey of the Arctic fox eat plants.
To hide from predators and prey.
Yes, the Arctic Fox does have predators. they are mostly polar bears. :)
An Arctic fox may be both a predator as well as a prey.
bears eat the arctic fox and arctic fox eats mouse
One of them is the arctic fox
Arctic foxes generally live in white, snowy environments. The white fur of the arctic fox easily blends in with such a background, effectively rendering them invisible to predators and prey.