Arctic fox walks 2,700 miles from Norway to Canada in 76 days

The Arctic fox arrived in Greenland just 21 days after leaving the Norwegian island of Spitsbergen. It arrived in Canada in just three months. He traveled an average of 30 miles a day, and on some days he walked up to 100 miles.

Scientists were skeptical that this might have happened while watching him go through a computer monitor. They thought something was wrong with the facts. But I saw the fox walking on and I knew this information was true. Arctic foxes do not bark like this. In a paper published last year, it was stated that extreme weather conditions can be mimicked.