siberian tundra

BY: CHADJEWELL

Animals in the Siberian Tundra

Polar Bear

Caribou

Arctic Fox

Snowy Owl

Musk Ox

Rock Ptarmigan

pika

snow geese

snowy owl

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Musk ox

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Rock Ptarmigan

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Pika

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Snow geese

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indigenous people in the tundra

Some of these peoples are reindeer herders, living in the tundra others, who live in the forest tundra rely on a mixture of reindeer herding and hunting and gathering, and often live in settlements.

Some larger indigenous peoples, .Today 10% of Siberia’s tribal peoples live a nomadic or semi nomadic life, compared to 70% just 30 years ago. The languages the different tribes speak are from a range of linguistic families: some bear no similarity to any other language, and none bear any relation to Russian.


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Caribou moss

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Artic moss

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Pasque Flower

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Global warming

  • Global warming will continue to have an inevitable effect on the tundra, the world's most fragile biome. Rising temperatures will melt glaciers and permafrost, flood the surrounding areas and kill the delicate plant species.