By Evan Peacock
What Life is found in the Tundra?
The Tundra is a type of frozen landscape that can be unforgiving to its inhabitance. Most of the inhabitance are very large animals such as the Polar and Grizzly Bear, and Moose and Caribou. It is one of the few areas on earth that is still mostly untouched by man. It has many vast mountain areas, and exotic animal life.
The Tundra has many types of small plants as well as towering trees. The Bearberry bush is one such plant that is often dotted the land scape of the frozen tundra of northern Canada. Oak Trees can cover the snowy mountain side, while great Pines are all over the flat lands.