Rare infrequent, scarce, sparse, few and far between, thin on the ground, like gold dust, as scarce as hen's teeth.In winter they are white to blend in with the snow, while in the summer they change to brown! The Arctic fox is found throughout the entire Arctic tundra, through Alaska, Canada, Greenland, Russia, Norway, Scandinavia, and even Iceland, where it is the only native land mammal.Critically endangered – on declining populations and red listing. Extensive hunting in the late 1800s and early 1900s meant that the Arctic fox population went into serious decline. recovered. The Arctic fox eats Arctic hares and some birds and bird eggs.
WE have Spanned all of the animals plants etc. in hope that everyone will open your eyes and and teach the next generation, and the next etc. Animals, plants, trees, etc are everyday are put up on the red list and several died the last and only way you can see the animals is by a picture.
Bottlebrush plants (Callistemon spp.) get their name from the spikes of flowers that bloom at the ends of the stems, bearing a strong resemblance to a bottle brush. Grow them as shrubs or small trees that grow up to 15 feet. Most bottlebrush varieties bloom over a long summer season, in bright colors of Purple, Pink, Yellow, White, Green, Red, Mauve, and Lavender.