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The Arctic Fox is a small species of fox that has specially adapted to survive in frigid Arctic environments.

Safari Ltd. Arctic Fox measures:
3.94" L x 0.98" W x 1.77" H.


Safari Ltd. Arctic Fox Manufacturer Information:

Scientific Name: Vulpes lagopus

Characteristics: Detailed and accurate with its fluffy white fur coat, this sculpted Arctic Fox figurine is on the hunt in a prowling pose.

Size: This Arctic Fox toy figure measures almost 4 inches long and 1 3/4 inches tall.

The Arctic Fox is part of the Wild Safari® North American Wildlife Collection

All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free


Arctic Fox Information:

Arctic foxes, scientifically known as Vulpes lagopus, are small to medium-sized mammals that belong to the family Canidae, which includes foxes, wolves, and dogs. They are well-adapted to cold and harsh Arctic environments, including the tundra regions of North America, Europe, and Asia. Arctic foxes are also sometimes referred to as "polar foxes" or "white foxes" due to their white fur, which helps them blend into their snowy surroundings.

Arctic foxes have thick, dense fur that provides excellent insulation against the extreme cold. During the winter, their fur turns completely white to help them camouflage in the snow, while in the summer, it changes to a brown or grayish color to match the tundra landscape.

They are relatively small foxes, with a body length of around 18 to 27 inches (46 to 68 centimeters) and a tail that can be up to half the length of their body.

Arctic foxes are opportunistic feeders and will eat a variety of foods, including small mammals, birds, eggs, carrion, insects, and even plant material when available.

In addition to their fur, Arctic foxes have several other adaptations for surviving in frigid conditions. They have a low surface area-to-volume ratio, which reduces heat loss, and they are known to dig burrows in the snow to create sheltered dens where they can stay warm and raise their young.

Arctic foxes typically form monogamous pairs during the breeding season. They give birth to litters of pups, usually in the spring. The female usually gives birth to 5 to 8 pups, which are cared for by both parents.

Some Arctic fox populations are known for their seasonal migrations. They follow the movements of their prey, such as lemmings, which are small rodents that are a crucial food source.

Arctic foxes have excellent stamina and can cover long distances in search of food. They are also known for their ability to endure extreme cold temperatures.

Hand Painted.

Product Code: saf100731

Safari Ltd. 100731

by Safari Ltd.

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Safari Ltd. Wildlife - Arctic Fox #100731

Manufacturer Age Recommendation:

3+ Years

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Small Parts. Not for children under 3 years.

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