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The Arctic fox has fur and fats to protect itself from wind and snowy weather. It is also known as the White fox, for its white fur, which is predominant in the winter season. Its fur is brownish grey in the summer. The Arctic fox fur is the warmest of any mammal.

Arctic Fox
Arctic Hare

The Arctic hare is well adapted to polar and mountainous habitats. It has small ears, fur coat and huge feet; the huge feet helps it to stay on top of the snow. The Arctic fox is the biggest threat to the Arctic hare.

The Arctic wolf is also called Polar Wolf or White Wolf. It has a thick fur, which keeps warm in its inhospitable habitat. The Arctic wolf's only real enemy is man, but it rarely encounters humans.

Arctic Wolf
Caribou

The Caribou is a member of the deer family. It lives in migratory herds, is a good swimmer and can sleep in the water. The caribou eats moss, lichen and green plants. It has the ability to smell lichens beneath the snow.

The Muskox has long shaggy hair and large brown horns. The fur of the muskox is 3-4 inches thick. Muskoxen are social animals; they huddle together in groups for protection and to keep warm.

Muskox
Polar Bear

The Polar bear is the world's largest land carnivore. Polar bears are solitary animals with an unpredictable behavior. They are great swimmers, and can swim at an average of 6 miles per hour.

The Walrus is a large marine mammal with prominent tusks and sensitive whiskers. It is a very social animal and lives in herds. The walrus can dive to depths of 100 metres and stay underwater for 30 minutes.

Walrus
Wolverine

The Wolverine is one of the larger species of the weasel family. This animal is incredibly strong for its size. Wolverines are opportunistic hunters, eating anything they can find or kill. It has excellent senses of smell and hearing.