IceBridge: Ridiculously Adorable Arctic Animals Captured on Video

Lt. Cmdr. John Woods is a Meteorology and Oceanography Officer (METOC) currently teaching in the Oceanography Department at the United States Naval Academy (USNA). He is part of the Sea Ice Thickness Observation team currently participating in NASA’s Operation IceBridge 2011 (OIB 2011).

Lt. Cmdr. Woods shared these videos and photos of Arctic hares and foxes with us here at Armed With Science. They are super cute! Hope everyone’s ready for some squee-worthy pictures and video!

Arctic Hare near Thule Air Base

Arctic Hare near Thule Air Base (Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Woods)

Arctic Fox near Thule Air Base

Arctic Fox near Thule Air Base (Photo by Lt. Cmdr. Woods)

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About Carla Voorhees

Carla Voorhees has always been interested in science, from the time she grew string beans under varying conditions for the science fair (3rd grade) to the time she took every math and science class she could during high school. As her path during college and beyond took her somewhat away from the hard sciences, she is thrilled to be a part of the Armed With Science team. Carla holds a B.S. in Electronic Media, Arts, and Communication from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (2007), and an M.B.A. in Design Strategy from the California College of the Arts (2010). She works as a Web Strategist at DOD Public Web.
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