Today, we are offering you a great selection of the National Geographic mahazine photos of the fauna world in Artic.
A. Atlantic deadlock. Most of the life of Atlantic puffins spend at sea. They return to the landonly for nesting and breeding chicks in the spring and summer.
2. Polar Bear. This charming polar bear cub was born just three months ago. No he is not afraid of the cold – in fact next to the warm side of mother!
3. Short-tailed Skua Arctic. These birds are hunted “piracy” – most of the food they take away from other birds.
4. Polar bear with cub. Female polar bears usually give birth to two cubs. The kids are close to the mother for at least two years before, and learn to hunt for food themselves.
5. Cub harp seals. This charming baby harp seal rests on the Arctic ice. Surprisingly,female harp seals identify their young by scent – every kid is absolutely unique – at least, formaternal sense of smell.
6. Little hare. Little hare, which amazingly fits its name, has a rather significant amount ofthe hind limbs and the snow-white fur – in the winter. In the summer the animal sheds its furacquires a brownish tinge. The complete process of molting takes up to ten weeks – during which time the color of fur cover is completely changed.
7. Arctic fox luxurious white fox fur of the Arctic offers him protection from the cold, and also helps to be more successful hunt – a creature almost merges with the surrounding snow-covered landscape.
8. Female narwhal with calf. a newborn baby narwhal in length up to 5 feet (1.5 meters) and can weigh from 175 to 220 pounds (79 to 100 kilograms). Hold narwhals singly or in small groups.
9. Beluga. Beluga, or white whale, is one of the smallest size of Representatives whale.Beluga is easily identifiable by color and a specific form of the head.
10. Snowy owl. Snow-white plumage of an amazingly beautiful snowy owl helps her to mimica surrounding Arctic landscape. However, chicks from Arctic Owl different dark plumagevariegated colors. Females differ from males as the presence of spots on the wings.
11. Portrait of a walrus. The tusks of walruses have both sexes – both females and males.Walrus tusks are used to rely on the years, throwing himself out of the water.