Arctic Animal Discovery

Find the animals on the landscape to learn more about their adaptations!


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to explore the tundra? Depending on the season, you may find different animals, colors, and landscapes. But it’s not just animals that enjoy these vast wildlands. People have lived here for thousands of years and continue to do so today. You may find them fishing, berry picking, or hiking. So go ahead, and get ready to explore.

How to play:
Use the mouse or keyboard arrows to move within the environment. Change the season with the options on the screen. You can locate the animals or human activities by exploring the landscape or by clicking on the navigational map. The TAB key will allow you to cycle through the options or select the option with your mouse.

In order to meet accessibility standards, all text features a read-out-loud narration, animal sounds are open-captioned, and navigation is keyboard accessible. You can also access our simple site for access to all game content.


If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions regarding this project please e-mail us.

Your Fee Dollars at Work

This project was funded with recreation fee money. To learn more, please visit this website.

Learn more:

  • An arctic fox listens closely for small rodents that may be travelling beneath the snow.
    Alaskan Animal Adaptations

    Adaptations help plants animals and plants survive. Learn more about the arctic adaptations needed to survive cold Alaska temperatures!

  • A mat of small green leaves with tiny pink flowers fill the photo.

    Learn more about the wildflowers, trees, shrubs, and grasses at Bering Land Bridge.

  • A red fox peering over a grassy knoll.

    The who's who of Bering Land Bridge.

Last updated: December 15, 2023

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