Biome battle

The marine ocean of California vs The alpine tundra of Nepal

Annual rainfall: Marine ocean

In the beautiful sun bleached marine ocean of California, rain is not high. On average each month gets about 0 to 2 inches of rain. Yearly its about 10.8 inches of rain.

Annual rainfall: Alpine tundra

In the glorious mountainous country of Nepal, rainfall yearly is a little higher than the marine ocean. Rainfall per year is about 11.8 inches. So their rainfall yearly isn't that far apart.

Average annual temperature: Marine ocean

The average temperature for the marine ocean is about 60 degrees Fahrenheit. The ocean itself not the air around it. This means that in deeper parts it can get really cold so animals have to prepare for it.

Average annual temperature: Alpine tundra

In this Tundra you can guess that its pretty cold. Temperatures can be between 10.4 and 14 degrees Fahrenheit. So the animals have to have fur to protect them selves.

Plants and Animals in the biome: Marine Ocean

In the huge ocean, scientist are led to believe that there are 9 million different types of species. But we have only found 1/3 of that 9 million. The amount of plants and animals is close to uncountable.

Plants and Animals in the biome: Alpine tundra

In the alpine tundra only about 2700 species of plants and animals live here. This is do to the climate and food and water source.
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