An arctic fox cub playing around in the volcanic landscape around the Thrihnukagigur Volcano. 

Filmed before a decent into a extinct magma chamber while researching for the next Insight Guide to Iceland.

The Arctic Fox is a true Icelander with roots in Iceland all the way from last ice age. He is believed to have lived in Iceland since the ice-cap redraw some thousands of years ago.

The Arctic Fox can be found in two different colors, the white and the blue. The white one is almost totally white at wintertime but the fur get mixed with some brownish color at summer time.

The blue one is actually brown and stays like that the whole year. This small animal (3-4 kg) has adapted quite well to sometimes cruel nature and often lack of food.


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