In the tundra or arctic biomes. Especially in greenland, canada,
the Arctic circle.
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well since arctic is in arctic hares, arctic hares live above the arctic circle.
No, Arctic hares do not migrate.
Arctic hares are herbivores and do not hunt.
Arctic Hares live on the land.
arctic hares is used to the cold weather,unlike normal ones
there are a few that actually do hunt arctic hares. there is the polar bear, the arctic fox and man
Arctic Hares do not eat Lemmings nor do they eat any meat. Arctic Hares are herbivores which means they only eat vegetation. Lemmings are also herbivores.
The Arctic Hare is in the Animalia kingdom. This applies to all species of rabbits and hares.
snowy owls are the ones that mostly eat Arctic hares
Yes, they are called Arctic Hares. They are preyed upon by Arctic Owls and Canadian Lynxes.
Arctic hares live for about 4-6 years. 4-6 years
Seals and Arctic wolves do not live in the same ecosystem. In the wild, Arctic wolves primarily prey on muskoxen and Arctic hares. They have also been found to prey on lemmings, Arctic foxes, birds and beetles.
In the wild, Arctic wolves' primarily prey on muskoxen and Arctic hares. They have also been found to prey on lemmings, Arctic foxes, birds and beetles.
Arctic hares are vertebrates. Like all hares, they are mammals, and all mammals are vertebrates.
All hares are herbivores.
Within the Arctic Circle.
Arctic Hares communicate mostly with smell
Hares can be found in north and south america. To regular hares it is forests and to the horseshoe hare it is the arctic or tundra.
The Arctic fox eats lamming,voles,hares,owls,eggs,and carrion The Arctic foxes food is lamming,voles,hares,owls,eggs,and carrion
No. To recent studies arctic wolves don't exist.
Arctic wolves are carnivores and they eat musk oxen, peary caribou, arctic foxes, ptarmigan, lemmings, seals, nesting birds, and arctic hares. Depending on the season, Arctic wolves eat Caribou, hares, voles, and moose.
wild dogs arctic foxes bobcats and jackals
Arctic hares do not change the environment, they adapt to it.
Arctic Hares get a white coat in the Winter and a brown one in the Spring to camouflage them and protect them from predators. They also have huge feet that help them stay on top of the snow.
arctic foxes,arctic hares ,snowy owlsand polar bears
arctic hare live in the arctic when other hares don't live in the arctic
Female Arctic Hares are called 'does', just like the female of any other species of rabbit, deer, elk, moose, or hare.
In the wild, Arctic wolves primarily prey on muskoxen and Arctic hares. They have also been found to prey on lemmings, Arctic foxes, birds and beetles.
Yes but no, some consider artic hares as not endangered but others say they are endangered
Camouflage, stealth and speed.
Primary consumers of the Arctic include Arctic hares, lemmings, musk oxen, and caribou.
Arctic foxes, Arctic Hares, Arctic Wolves, Badgers, eagles, and Beavers
They usually hunt small animals such as lemmings and arctic hares.
The Arctic fox helps control the populations of small animals such as lemmings and Arctic hares.
the two are alike because they both use their antlers to communicate just like the arctic hares.
No....They are herbivores (plant eaters)
because its where they live.
No, all hares are herbivores.
Most hares are coloured light brown, althouygh some old English breeds were black. There are also Arctic Hares, which are completely white.
Arctic foxes help control populations of small animals such as lemmings and Arctic hares.
Polar bears, Arctic foxes, hares, lemmings, wolves, seals
Arctic hares are herbivores and do not prey on other animals.
No, Arctic hares are herbivores. they do not prey on other animals.
Polar bears don't eat Arctic foxes, but Arctic foxes do eat Arctic hares.
white fur to camoflage in the snow
i estimate there are 100 left
yes arctic hares are rodents
All rabbits and hares are herbivores.