The Arctic Fox Customer Care – Arctic Fox (Vulpes Lagopus), also called the white fox or snow fox is a small, native fox that lives in the Arctic region of the Northern Hemisphere. It can be found throughout the Arctic tundra biome. It is well adapted for living in cold environments. Its thick, warm fur is used as camouflage.
Arctic Fox Customer Care: 9538222219
( Monday to Saturday – 10 am to 6 pm)
Official Website: arcticfox.com
Arctic Fox’s Best Toll-Free/800 Customer Phone Number
The best time to dial the phone to resolve your issue is with a given contact number. The best phone number to make Arctic Fox Customer Care free.
Customer Service/Helpline Number: 9538222219 available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week.
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|Arctic Fox Department||Contact Number|
|Customer Support Number||9538222219|
|Arctic Fox Customer Care Center Hours||Monday to Saturday – 10 am to 6 pm|
|Another Call Support||08041120306|
Arctic Fox Head Office Address/ Phone Number
In case of any need to a complaint with the Arctic Fox Corporate Office, Use the following Office address and phone number.
Corporate Office Address:
No.17, Ganesh Nagar, 8th B Cross
Narayanappa Layout, Kodigehalli
Bengaluru – 560097
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Important Contact Email Address.
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Arctic Fox History
The Arctic Fox preys on small animals such as lemmings and voles, ringed pup seals, fish, waterfowl and seabirds. It also eats carrion and berries, as well as small insects and invertebrates. The breeding season is when Arctic Foxes form monogamous couples and they continue to live together in underground dens to raise their young. Sometimes, their young may be raised by other members of the family.