There are two types of colors for the Arctic fox.
The white and blue color types. The white color type
will change to greyish with paler undersides in the
summertime and the blue color type will turn dark
chocolate. Sometimes their colors will not change
if the temperature is always constant.
Birds, eggs, small mammals and fish. They will also eat berries,
seaweed, insects, and larvae.
The Arctic fox is about the size of an ordinary
domesticated house cat. Its fur is long and is white in the winter months and
turns bluish or gray in the summer months. Its feet are lined with fur which
helps conserve heat. Their heads have a stubby muzzle, small ears, and large
eyes. They have short legs and a long bushy tail that the fox uses for
insulation by wrapping it around itself when sleeping.