Four arctic foxes settled into their new home in the Polar Frontier at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium last week.

Four arctic foxes settled into their new home in the Polar Frontier at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium last week.

The Polar Frontier, scheduled to open May 6, also is home to the zoo's new polar bears. The foxes arrived at the zoo in February, but were not moved to their Polar Frontier habitat until last week.

Two foxes, 2-year-old brother and sister Ice and Anana, came from the Detroit Zoo. One-year-old brothers Cassius and Brutus came from the Niabi Zoo in Coal Valley, Ill.

The new habitat for the arctic fox includes an outdoor yard and indoor den with viewing at both locations. The arctic foxes will be brown when the exhibit opens; their fur changes with the seasons and is gray in the winter, the zoo said.