By: Heather Walsh
Vitals of biome.
The tundra biome covers 20% of the earth. The tundra goes from most of Greenland to part of Alaska, notheren Canada, and northeren Russia. The latitudinal range is 75 degrees N to 60 degrees N. It is mainly cold in the tundra it never reaches higher than 50 degrees fahrenheit. It doesn't rain often really mainly snow.
Climate of the biome
The tundra really only has two seasons, winter and summer. Summer only last for 6 to 10 weeks. it Also doesnt even get that hot. The average temperature in the summer is 45 or 50 degrees fahrenheit. In the winter it is about -20 or -30 degrees fahrenheit. It never reaches higher than 20 degrees fahrenheit. The tundra only gets about 6 to 10 inches of rain each year.