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    The Artic Fox lives farther north than any other fox. They are well adapted for the cold harsh weather of the Arctic. The Artic Fox can hunt lemming that they can't see beneath the snow, but if the Artic Fox can't kill enough to eat, it will settle for leftovers from other animals. They normally weigh 6-10 pounds and they are white in the winter and brownish grey in the summer. They stand approximently 12 inches in height.
    The Arctic fox will sometimes follow and eat the left overs from the Polar bears and carrion in search of food.
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    The Arctic Fox tends to be active in early September to early May. The gestation periods is 53 days. Litters tend to average 6-7 pups but may be as many as 11. Both the mother and the father help to raise their young. The females leave the family and form their own groups and the males stay with the family.
    Foxes tend to form monomagous pairs in the breeding season. Litters of between 4 and 11 kits are born in the early summer. The parents raise the young in a large den . Dens can be complex underground networks, housing many generations of foxes. Young from a previous year's litter may stay with the parents to help rear younger siblings. The cubs are initially brownish; as they become older they turn white. They can walk on ice without freezing because they have thick hair on their paws.
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    The Artic Fox lives farther north than any other fox. They are well adapted for the cold harsh weather of the Arctic. The Artic Fox can hunt lemming that they can't see beneath the snow, but if the Artic Fox can't kill enough to eat, it will settle for leftovers from other animals. They normally weigh 6-10 pounds and they are white in the winter and brownish grey in the summer. They stand approximently 12 inches in height.
    The Arctic fox will sometimes follow and eat the left overs from the Polar bears and carrion in search of food.
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    The black bear ranges across forested Canada from Newfoundland and Labrador to British Columbia, as well as over much of the U.S.A. and parts of Mexico. A solitary animal most of the year, it pairs-up briefly during the mating season, which is in summer. Cubs remain with their mother for longer than a year.
    Males at about 170 cm (67 in.), are about 10% longer than females. Because black bears hibernate, they put on a tremendous amount of weight in autumn. They characteristically drop around 30% of their body-weight during hibernation. Females who nurse newborns during this time can lose more than 40% of their body weight during hibernation.
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    Black bears swim well and often climb trees to feed on buds and fruit. They have a keen sense of smell and acute hearing, but poor eyesight. They can be seen at any hour of the day, but are most active at night. When very young, the cubs cry when afraid and hum when contented.
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    The Artic Fox lives farther north than any other fox. They are well adapted for the cold harsh weather of the Arctic. The Artic Fox can hunt lemming that they can't see beneath the snow, but if the Artic Fox can't kill enough to eat, it will settle for leftovers from other animals. They normally weigh 6-10 pounds and they are white in the winter and brownish grey in the summer. They stand approximently 12 inches in height.
    The Arctic fox will sometimes follow and eat the left overs from the Polar bears and carrion in search of food.
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