Arctic blue Fox (Blue Morph)
Fully grown arctic foxes weigh 6 to 10 pounds. They average 43 inches (109 cms) in length including the tail. They are smaller than their relative, the red fox, they have short legs and body, short ears, and a denser winter fur coat. Arctic foxes moults twice a year. Blue foxes remain dark or charcoal coloured year round, but are somewhat lighter coloured in winter.
Arctic foxes are monogamous and usually mate for life. They have an average lifespan of 16 years.
St. Paul Island, Pribilof Islands, Alaska