Canada Lynx

Canada Lynx Facts!

Canada Lynx Facts! The Canada lynx is a medium-sized cat that can be easily identified by its flared facial ruff, long ear tufts and black-tipped, short bobtail. Since its front...
Bearded Seal

Bearded Seal

Bearded Seal... These seals have thick whiskers that look like a beard, which is why they are called bearded seals. They mostly live on floating ice, or under it. They...
Arctic Wolf

Arctic Wolf

Arctic Wolf... The Arctic wolf, like all mammals inhabiting the arctic tundra, is specially adapted to that hostile climate. It has two layers of thick fur for better protection —...
Arctic Tern

Arctic Tern

Arctic Tern... The Arctic tern is a small bird, about 12 to 15 inches (30 to 38 centimeters) in length and weighing about 3.5 ounces (100 grams), but it makes...
Arctic Hare

Arctic Hare

Arctic Hare... Arctic hares inhabit the northern parts of the Arctic Circle. They are some of the largest hares in the world, growing up to 17 to 28 inches (43...
Arctic Fox

Arctic Fox…

Arctic Fox... The arctic fox is well-adapted to the freezing cold temperatures of its habitat, the tundra. It has extra-hairy ears and hairy paws for better insulation, and enhanced blood...

Walrus

...Amazing Animal Books   Walruses are featured in the following books: 25 Whales, Dolphins and other Sea Mammals 25 Polar Animals 101 Facts... Polar Animals The YouTube video playlist below contains videos about Walruses. Details...
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Narwhals Facts!

Narwhals Facts! The Narwhals are a whale species that lives in the cold waters of the Arctic. They are between 4 and 6 meters in length and have bluish-grey skin...

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