Arctic fox in Svalbard


This 15 September 2010 video is called Arctic Fox (polarrev) in Longyearbyen, Svalbard.

There used to be an 18 August 2015 video on YouTube showing an Arctic fox, looking for food at a camping ground west of Longyearbyen village, on the Svalbard archipelago in Arctic Norway.

That video used to say about itself (translated):

[Dutch daily] Dagblad van het Noorden goes along on the biggest Dutch polar expedition ever. Expedition ship the Ortelius departs August 19 from Longyearbyen on Spitsbergen. Reporter Maaike Borst will step aboard the Ortelius to follow the scientists in their search for human influence in the desolate wilderness.

Ms Borst describes her arrival in Svalbard here. And her meeting with the Arctic fox here.

See also here. And here.

Arctix fox abuse in Finnish fur industry: here.

This video is about an earlier, 2014, Svalbard expedition on the ship Ortelius (walruses included).

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