Steve and his crew wait in the freezing arctic cold for a beautiful arctic fox to climb out of his den.

 Because of the fox's wide front-facing ears, they are able to hear where their prey are from extremely far distances under the snow.

Arctic foxes have beautiful white coats of fur that act as a camouflage during the winter. However, as the seasons tend to change, the fox's coat does too.

It adapts a brown or gray appearance that provides a covering to the summer tundra's plants and rocks. The color changing of this animal's fur allows it to catch prey and hide from predators.

To protect their nose and conserve more heat to their body's', the fox covers its thick tail around itself at night, also blending in with the snow, keeping it safe from predators.

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