Arctic fox

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Synonyms for Arctic fox

thickly-furred fox of Arctic regions

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But the Arctic Fox Research Centre was set up in the fishing settlement of Sudavik on the reserve in 2007 and David was given permission by the Icelandic Environment Agency to visit to photograph the foxes.
One of them intruded on an Arctic fox den, leading to the abandonment of the den by the Arctic fox family (Rodnikova et al.
Without a strong online presence, Arctic Fox Cooling, Inc could be missing out on nearly 9 out of 10 potential customers looking for services like boiler repairs, heat pumps, and air conditioning installation.
Handmade from reclaimed fur - that's fur that has been hanging neglected in someone's wardrobe, and includes arctic fox, mink, coyote and bear - they are just the ticket for these icy winters.
The arctic fox Vulpes lagopus population in Fennoscandia (Norway, Sweden and Finland) decreased dramatically from 1850 to the 1930s, has since remained small (Lonnberg 1927, Linnell et al.
White stuff: Arctic fox Juliet should feel at home I've got the hump: This camel doesn't look too keen on snow Heat seeker: A chilly meerkat warms up under a heat lamp Snow Snow go: It's so cold even this snow leopard won't go out
The breeding success of the Arctic fox was reduced by a factor of two, and the stoat population decreased significantly in one location and went extinct in another.
The polar bear and the Arctic fox, for example, use sea ice as their hunting grounds.
has sold its Prudhoe Bay assets to the newly formed Arctic Fox Environmental Inc.
About a mile from shore, we crossed a skein of arctic fox tracks zigzagging across the ice.
Besides location, transmitters can be designed to collect sensory data, such as when a polar bear enters and leaves its den, whether an arctic fox has spent a lot of time resting or running, or how long and deep a seal has been diving.
Molecular-genetic data suggest the closest living relative of kit-swift foxes is the arctic fox, Alopex lagopus, whose circumpolar distribution nearly meets the northern reaches of the historical swift fox range (fig.
His titles include The Biography of a Grizzly (1900), Lives of the Hunted (1901), Two Little Savages (1903), Scouting for Boys (1910), Woodcraft and Indian Lore (1912), Wild Animals at Home (1913), Bannertail (1922), Lives of Game Animals (1925), The Gospel of the Redmen (1936), The Biography of an Arctic Fox (1937), Mainly About Wolves (1937), and The Trail of an Artist-Naturalist (1940), an autobiography.
Following the spud of the Icewine#2 Production Test well on 24th April, the Arctic Fox drilling rig reached Total Depth of 11,450 at 19:55 15th May (AK time).
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