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  • 1. 1. Habitat2. Food and Survival3. Describe4. Other Interesting Facts5. Glossary6. Index7. About The Author8. Bibliography
  • 2. The Arctic fox Lives in dens under the snow.They live in the Arctic regions of NorthernHemispere. They can be found in Europe.
  • 3. Arctic Foxes eat hares, seal pups etc.They try to survive from their predators whichare the polar bears, wolf packs, humans, snowyowls, and its own kind. Arctic fox eating
  • 4. Arctic foxes fur can be white, black, gray, andmixed.
  • 5. An Arctic fox has a hip joint to help it leap in theair. Its snout helps it smell its prey, andpredators.
  • 6. Habitat A place an animal lives, grows up , andhunts until it’s olderSurvival When an animal fights to liveRegions Different parts of the worldPrey The food an animal eatsPredators An animal that eats another animalEtc. There are more thingsSurvive the same thing as survival
  • 7. Arctic fox skeleton page 6Arctic Region page 3Food page 4Fur page 5Habitat page 3Predators page 4
  • 8. I love Arctic foxes. I wrote this because Arcticfoxes are special to me. I want people to learnmore about Arctic foxes and see they arent thatdangerous when you get to now them.Cecilia
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