From Arctic < Ancient Greek ???????? (arktikos) "of the bear, northern", a reference to the northerly constellation Ursa Major < ?????? (arktos) "bear".
Arctic foxes generally eat any small animal they can find, including lemmings, voles, other rodents, hares, birds, eggs, fish, and carrion. They scavenge on carcasses left by larger predators such as wolves and polar bears, and in times of scarcity even eat their feces.
Although it is possible for somebody to take some there, the Arctic is not their natural habitat. Penguins only live in the southern hemisphere, and only two of the 17 species of penguin actually live in the Antarctic. ... And... polar bears do not eat penguins, because polar bears do not live in the southern hemisphere.