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  • The qualities of arctic air are developed over ice and snow-covered ground.
  • However, due to the very small human population around the Arctic, such attacks are rare.
  • However, the total population of the arctic fox must be in the order of several hundred thousand animals.
  • The brothers went up through the Arctic Ocean and back down to Europe.
  • Most species are tropical, but there are many arctic species as well.
  • The phenomenon can occur over water, when cold arctic air passes over relatively warm water.
  • The province is open to cold arctic weather systems from the north, which often produce extremely cold conditions in winter.
  • Because Canada's Arctic is central to our national identity as a northern nation.
  • Arctic sea smoke is similar to sea smoke, but occurs when the air is very cold.
  • Tree stands do well throughout the country, except in some areas north of the Arctic Circle.
  • It has become common in summer even inside the Arctic circle along the Norwegian coast.
  • Arctic terns are long-lived birds, with many reaching thirty years of age.
  • During this time, eastern Thule spread out throughout the high arctic and into the south.
  • You get into tundra and ice fields and it becomes more of an arctic environment.
  • This raise in temperature has reduced the Arctic ice cap to, smaller than ever recorded.
  • It was long thought to provide direct communication with the Arctic Ocean.
  • The interior was connected with the surface by an opening in the Arctic.
  • Since less of its surface area is exposed to the arctic cold, less heat escapes from the body.
  • All of the water from these rivers flow into the Arctic Ocean.
  • The arctic fox is losing ground to the larger red fox.
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Meaning of Arctic

  • noun The regions to the north of the arctic circle centered on the north pole
  • noun A waterproof overshoe that protects shoes from water or snow