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Fluffball foxes wander thousands of kilometres to find a home

A white Arctic fox stretching his back legs

An Arctic fox stretches. Satellite tracking showed that the animals can journey thousands of kilometres across the tundra in less than a year. Credit: Sergey Gorshkov/Nature Picture Library

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Nature 614, 199 (2023)



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