The white fox, also known as the arctic fox, is found in some of the coldest areas of the world. They can survive in subzero temperatures because they are covered in a warm, thick, white fur from head to tail.
The white fox can be found throughout Alaska, Greenland, Norway, Russia, Arctic Tundra, Iceland and Scandinavia.
The white fox weighs 6 to 10 pounds and is 9 to 12 inches tall. Their weight ranges from 6.5 to 21 pounds and they can grow to 2.3 to 3.5 feet in length.
The diet of the white fox ranges from prey they catch such as birds, rabbits and rodents, to leftover carcasses they find that other predators have left behind.
The white fox has a short, stocky and compact body covered in fur with a thick undercoat to keep it warm and maintain body temperature. The nose and ears are short and rounded.
The white fox lifespan ranges from 3 to 6 years.