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Arctic Fox


Arctic Fox (Alopex lagopus)



Description In summer, bluish brown or grayish, with white underparts; in winter, white or creamy white. Rare blue phase is dark blue-gray in summer, pale blue-gray in winter. Tail bushy. Nose pad, eyes, and claws black. Snout blunt. Ears rounded and short. Juvenile has white facial markings. Male larger than female. Ht 9 7/8-11 3/4" (25-30 cm); L 30-36" (75-91 cm); T 10 5/8-13 3/4" (27-35 cm); HF 5 1/8-6 3/8" (13-16 cm); E usually 2 1/4" (5.6 cm); Wt 5 1/2-8 3/4 lb (2.5-4 kg).

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