Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Arctic Foxes Put Eggs in "Cold Storage" for Lean Times --- Arctic foxes create "nest eggs" each year to prepare for leaner times, according to a new study. Like squirrels gathering nuts for the winter, the small foxes hoard bird eggs in case there's not enough of their favorite prey—the collard lemming—to go around in the spring.


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