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Arctic Hare Animal Facts | Lepus Arcticus | AZ Animals
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Animal of the Month: The Arctic Hare
How many of you like rabbits? Well, personally, I love rabbits, and Arctic animals, so, the animal of March is the Arctic hare. The arctic hare hops around the freezing arctic Tundra (click to see picture) with speeds of about 40 mph. Because the arctic hare has so many adaptations to the brisk conditions of the Tundra, it does not hibernate. In the winter, the hare is white, to blend in with the snow, and in the summer it turns a blue-ish brown color. Fast Facts 1. Omnivore 2…
A young arctic hare tries to hide in a small ground hole.
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A Snowy Winter Animal: the Arctic Hare!
It's a fact: I love bunnies. My favorite animal at the local museum is the Arctic Hare. It's so cute, fuzzy, and cuddly looking! If you live in my area, go check it out for free on Wednesday nights. Fuzzy pouf balls! As you probably know, the Arctic is one pretty chilly place. That means that animals have to be super douper fuzzy to keep warm. The Arctic hare squishes its body into a pouf ball to stay cozy. This cute snow bunny also digs holes in the snow to sleep or hide in. These little…
Arctic ice melt is like adding 20 years of CO2 emissions
ANIMALS THREATENED WITH EXTINCTION DUE TO ARCTIC MELT Polar bear Spotted seal Walrus Arctic hare Ringed seal Ribbon seal Arctic wolf Beluga whale Arctic fox And there are so many more The sea ice extent on 26 August (white) is markedly different from the 1979-2000 average (orange line) Loss of Arctic ice is effectively doubling mankind's contribution to global warming, according to ice scientist Professor Peter Wadhams. White ice reflects more sunlight away from the earth than…
I know it's been a while since my last post, but I was away from the internet, computers, telephones, electric heat, and even running water in a cozy house overlooking the ocean. I went snowshoeing (just like an Arctic Hare) and even saw bunny tracks and bunny poo (probably from Snowshoe Hares). My next cute animal can also be found around snow, like those snow bunnies. It likes to live in China (like its relative, the Giant Panda) and around the Himalayas. It also likes to munch on bamboo…