Your question: What is the average height of an arctic fox?

Can an arctic fox kill you?

Some animals, such as the arctic fox, arctic dogs and arctic wolves are potential carriers of rabies. Close contact to arctic foxes is potentially dangerous because of rabies. Fox bites can be dangerous to humans.

What eats the arctic fox?

Their predators include polar bears, wolves, golden eagles, grizzly bears and humans.

How many babies can an Arctic fox have?

Litters average seven pups but may contain as many as 15 pups. Arctic foxes are monogamous in the wild. Both parents aid in bringing food to the den and in rearing the pups. Pups begin eating meat when about 1 month old and are fully weaned by 1 1/2 months.

Can Arctic fox kill a polar bear?

Arctic Adaptations

These colorings help foxes to effectively hunt rodents, birds, and even fish. But in winter prey can be scarce on the ground. At such times, arctic foxes will follow the region’s premier predator—a polar bear—to eat the leftover scraps from its kills.

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