Arctic Foxes Destroy Filmmaker’s Camera

Arctic Foxes Destroy Filmmaker’s Camera

Arctic foxes look, very different from red
foxes, because they’ve got these very short legs, short ears, short blunt snouts. It’s just an indication of the harshness
of this environment that were place on foxes when they expanded up into the north. That’s why they have such small appendages
and small ears, to conserve body heat. Jim Roth: They’re really curious critters,
these arctic foxes. They’re so bold. Narrator: Their brazenness may come from having
few predators in this landscape, or it could be that living in a big family emboldens them. Either way – it didn’t take these pups long
to walk right up to our motion sensor cameras and have their way with them. (crunching sounds)

31 thoughts on “Arctic Foxes Destroy Filmmaker’s Camera

  1. That was kinda funny to watch. By the way, I wonder how the red foxes reacted to the cameramen in the episode (I remember much of the episode was centered around those cross red foxes)?

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