Fishing Arctic foxes Alopex lagopus on a rocky island in west Greenland
AbstractOn a small barren island in Disko Bay, west Greenland, 195 hours were spent observing Arctic foxes at their den and the nearby coast. Their main food was found to be live, caught fish, and the activity of the foxes was correlated with the tidal height. S. M. Nielsen, Arctic Station, University of Copenhagen. DK-3953 Godhavn, Greenland.
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