Like the Arctic Hare, the Arctic Fox also shifts colours from summer into winter.
Some of its prey can be seen here: lemmings and the Arctic Ground Squirrel.
Here we see the Willow Ptarmigan.
And the Snowy Owl.
A wider view gives us more mammals, both on land and at sea, such as the caribou, the beluga and narwhal, and a seal.
This unusual looking bird is a King Eider.
These are thick-billed murres, birds that nest on steep cliffs and dive as deep as 300 metres into the ocean for fish and other prey.
Today I leave off with items made from animals and other sources in the North.