Bobcats are good climbers and can climb trees to evade predators or see better. They traverse deserts, swamps, woodlands, and suburbs.
Polar bears' thick coats and subcutaneous fat keep them comfortable in the cold. Polar bears are probably the most well-known snow-dwelling creatures.
Arctic foxes like cold weather. Seasonally, they have silver-gray to brown-red fur coats with white underbellies. Arctic Foxes have bushy, furry feet that help them slide over snow.
They're a cold-weather deer. Sika deer's winter coats are thicker. Their hooves can excavate grass and bamboo in snow.
Cold-resistant musk ox. Their thick coat helps them endure the Arctic winter. They can burrow through ice and snow for grasses and roots.
The snow leopard lives in the cold, dry mountains of Asia. Their fur is thick, silky, grey, yellowish, or white. They have brown or black markings to conceal in the snow.
Arctic Arctic tundra's hares. They're well-adapted to severe environments and have thick fur. Their white winter coats hide them from snow. Summer browns and greys fur.
Walruses inhabit shallow Arctic waters near the North Pole. Huge blubbery bodies keep them warm in freezing frigid oceans where temperatures plummet below 0°F.
Thriving Arctic caribou. The concave hairs reflect heat and keep animals cool and warm. In heavy snow, caribou hooves work like snowshoes.