Arctic Fox, Heating Up
The Arctic fox has adapted to the fluctuating conditions on our planet for hundred of years and certainly knows a thing or two about climate change. The Arctic fox lives in the northern hemisphere's polar region and can withstand temperatures that can dive to - 80° Celsius. But as global warming accelerates the pace of change and its cousin, the southern fox, is gradually encroaching on its territory while its favourite food, the lemming, is vanishing. So how does its future look?