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The Black Leather Fox is the product of climate change leading to drastic adaptations of the Arctic Fox. Some similarities that they have from each other are that the Black Leather Fox lives in where the arctic is now. Another similarity is that they both live in cold climates for the most part. Black Leather Foxes live in cold places, and during summer they shed. Both Black Leather Foxes and Arctic foxes have thick coats, so they don’t get cold. Some differences are that the two look different from Arctic foxes, they have different diets (Black Leather Foxes do not eat the same foods because they live in completely different environments, even though they live in the same place.), and finally, Black Leather Foxes also have coats like leather. In conclusion, I have a question: where would arctic foxes be today if we had done something about this?