Polar Fox

The Arctic fox, also known as the white fox, polar fox, or snow fox, is a small fox native to the Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and common throughout the Arctic tundra biome. It is well adapted to living in cold environments.

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Ces 27 photos de renards vous feront adorer ces animaux

Seven fox species photographed in their natural environment -- Pictured: the arctic fox as photographed by William Doran

Arctic Fox

Sempre achei minha Westie parecida com a raposa branca da Antartica 💙

Renard des neiges...

Arctic Fox -Some butterflies, foxes, and alpine plants have moved farther north or to higher, cooler areas.

Gorgeous Fox

Not an arctic fox, but a marble-phase red fox (Vulpes vulpes), a color morph only found in captive bred foxes.

expressions-of-nature:  Arctic Fox in Snow by Stephen Oachs

This was labeled as an Arrctic fox, but it looks like a domesticated silver fox to me. And it reminds me of ichimaru gin!

Arctic fox

The 15 Most Fluffy And Cute Animals In The World

(Vulpes lagopus) The Arctic fox, also known as the white fox, polar fox, or snow fox, is a small fox native to the Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and common throughout the Arctic tundra biome. It is well adapted to living in cold environments.

Silver fox: have been called the "king of the fur-bearing animals" due to the popularity of their pelts throughout history. The silver fox has black coloring and varying degrees of silver streaks. Its fur is so beautiful that the animal has been hunted

Marble fox

The beautiful, fully domesticated, Marble Fox - wow - never new there were domesticated foxes

marble fox

I am wondering if this Fox is a cousin to the Arctic Fox? I have never seen a Fox colored this way before. No, it's just a color or red fox, like silver and black foxes.

21-Year-Old Photographer Captures Intimate, Soulful Portraits of Wild Forest Animals - My Modern Met

21-Year-Old Photographer Captures Intimate, Soulful Portraits of Wild Forest Animals

Photographer Konsta Punkka captures the beauty of wild animals in shots that seem like they’re from a fairy tale. The dramatic, dreamy imagery features an up-close view of foxes, deer, bears, and

Andreas Lie's signature double-exposure style creates a subtle gradient that turns these wild beasts’ feathers and fur into images of their habitats.

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits By Norwegian Photographer

Andreas Lie's signature double-exposure style creates a subtle gradient that turns these wild beasts’ feathers and fur into images of their habitats. Thank you Andreas for sharing your gift with us.

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