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Artic Wolf

This Arctic wolf has long, dense guard hairs and a thick, warming undercoat to protect it from the icy cold.
The Arctic wolf lives in the Canadian Arctic islands and northern Greenland. It is so cold there that the soil does not thaw, even in "summer". B

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White Tail Buck

White-tailed bucks are very shy animals. When they get scared, they wave their tails back and forth.
White-tailed bucks are very shy animals. When they get scared, they wave their tails back and forth. If there is indeed a predator nearby, the deer str

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Artic Fox

Polar foxes have the warmest fur of all mammals.
Polar foxes have the warmest fur of all mammals. 70% of it consists of thick undercoat. It is the only wild dog to change fur colours twice a year. In winter, it is white as snow and in summer brown. Thi

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White Tail Doe

White-tailed does can see and hear very well, but rely mainly on their sense of smell and their speed.
White-tailed does can see and hear very well, but rely mainly on their sense of smell and their speed. They are very agile and can sprint up to 48 km/h

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White Tail Fawn

White-tailed fawns have lots of small white spots on their fur. These serve as camouflage, since the dots make them harder to spot in high grass. When its mother is off looking for food, the white-tailed fawn hides in the tall grass. It stretches out flat

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Polar Bear

The polar bear’s habitat is the Arctic. In winter, the temperature there can drop to -50° Celsius. Although its fur coat appears white, its hair is transparent and hollow on the inside. The air inside these hairs is warmed by the sun, so that polar bears

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Bull Moose

The elk is Sweden’s national animal and is known for its impressive antlers. However, only male elk have them. Elk bulls start growing the antlers at the age of two. They can reach a weight of up to 20 kg. The bulls shed them each year and grow a new set.

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