The arctic fox from the north polar region looks like an adorable plush toy. He is seen here wearing his summer outfit. In the winter, the animal’s fur turns thick and snow white. This coat was popular among hunters until fur farms emerged. This is one of about a dozen mammals that thrive in the frigid Arctic temperatures. In fact, it only begins to shiver at a temperature of minus 90° F. This arctic fox can be viewed at the Northern Trail section of the Woodland Park Zoo in Seattle, Washington.