Arctic ‘hare’ balls! :-3

Arctic ‘hare’ balls! :-3

Arctic Blog’s Animal of the Day: ‘The Arctic Hare’
This cute polar bunny survives in the extreme cold with it’s very thick layer of fur, and digging holes under the snow/ground.
Arctic hares that inhabit north Canada stay white all year round, where as the hares to the southern regions will turn white only in the winter months.
Their diet mainly consists of woody plants, berries, grass and leaves.
They are fast little things, and can run up to 40 miles per hour!, which helps them run away from predators such as Arctic foxes, wolves and ermines.

Arctic Blog’s Animal of the Day: ‘The Arctic Hare’

This cute polar bunny survives in the extreme cold with it’s very thick layer of fur, and digging holes under the snow/ground.

Arctic hares that inhabit north Canada stay white all year round, where as the hares to the southern regions will turn white only in the winter months.

Their diet mainly consists of woody plants, berries, grass and leaves.

They are fast little things, and can run up to 40 miles per hour!, which helps them run away from predators such as Arctic foxes, wolves and ermines.