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Arctic Fox

https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/facts/arctic-fox

Not far from the North Pole, the world is frozen for thousands of miles. Suddenly a snowy mound wiggles and reveals two dark eyes. The lump is transformed into the furry white body of a lone arctic fox. The canine casually shakes the blanket of snow off her thick coat—the key to her survival. But warm fur alone might not keep this fox alive during the polar winter, when temperatures rarely get above zero degrees Fahrenheit. Until spring arrives, this arctic fox will rely on some freeze-defying strategies, making it a champion of the cold.
fox can’t find food, or if the weather gets really bad

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Magazine sneak peek October 2023

https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/article/magazine-sneak-peek-october-2023

Discover how spirit bears have a few eerie traits in common with ghosts and other supernatural beings in this Special Halloween Issue. These rare black bears have white fur and live on isolated islands off the west coast of Canada. Plus see how black bears measure up to grizzlies in traits like height, weight, and claw length in our „bear showdown.“
really want to drink your blood, if black cats bring bad

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