Our only visitor was an Arctic fox, a rare animal upon the pack, though common enough upon the land.
They are all of the same family, with the single exception of the white or Arctic fox.
The Labrador red fox is very common in the woods, and the "white," or Arctic fox, in the barrens and further south on both coasts.
Getting a living in winter is not easy, and so the Arctic fox is a great traveler.
Polar bears were numerous beyond our previous experience, and the Arctic fox and hare abounded.
Tailpiece to the account of the Arctic fox, p. 274—a gibbet in the distance; in the foreground two boys hanging a dog.
The Arctic fox is not nearly such a clever animal as the common fox, and is very easily trapped.
There is the Arctic fox, which is confined to the cold Northern regions, and which in winter is white.
The Arctic fox is common in Labrador, but also in the northern peninsula of Newfoundland.
With the exception of the Arctic fox, the higher fauna of these islands were found exclusively among the sea mammals.