Tundra

By: Fischer Kingsbery

Abiotic factors

*Ice

*Permafrost soil

*cold temperatures

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The tundra biome

The tundra biome is a cold, windy, icy place. It has many plants (1700 different plants) and has much wildlife. The polar bear and other animals are built for the harsh cold weather. It has permafrost soil which is damp due to melted ice. It is known for its beautiful frost molded landscapes.

Harming this biome

Humans harm this biome by mining oil from the earth and hunt off the wild life.

Interesting Facts

1.) There are about 1,700 different plants


2.) Permafrost is a damp soil from about 6 in. of melted ice


http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/glossary/gloss5/biome/tundra.html