The Arctic Fox changes from white or
silvery blue to dark grey or brown, from winter to summer.
They are also furrier then most other foxes. They have a short,
rounded body with short ears and legs, and a very small muzzle.
This has come evolved after years of living in cold environments.
The Arctic Fox has a high weight to surface area ratio which
allows it to keep its body heat much better than other foxes.
This allows it to live under such extreme conditions.
Arctic Foxes will eat just about any prey they come across
including hares, lemming and sometimes birds. During the winter
months the Arctic Fox often will have trouble finding food.
In these cases they may actually follow Polar Bears to eat
whatever pieces of food they leave behind.