Arctic Fox

By: Reagan M. Carlson

Everyday Life

The Arctic Fox lives off shore. It eats birds and small mammals. They have a fifty two day pregnancy and has 5-12 little adorable pups. The Arctic Fox, being from Greenland and the arctic tundra, has a hard time with the global warming climate changes.

Looks

Why Me

The Arctic Fox played a big part in the fur trade because of its fur warmth and thickness. The Arctic Fox is still hunted by local tribes for warmth and tradition,.

WWF Help

All WWF can do is try to come up with ideas to stop the fur trade, or the local tribes.

They also try to come up with ideas to lower global warming levels.