Tundra

By: Aryeonna Brown

What is Tundra?




  1. a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region of Europe, Asia, and North America in which the subsoil is permanently frozen.




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Description Of The Animals

Polar bears are a very distinguisher bear. They are very easy to differentiate from other bear species. Polar bears typically have what we call white fur, however polar bear fur can range from white creamy yellow, even to light brown in the summer.

Arctic Fox measures 3 - 3.5 feet in length from head to tail. The weight of the Arctic Fox can range from 6 - 9 pounds, with females being smaller than males. Arctic Foxes has a thick, dense coat of fur around its body, short ears, and a small body.

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What do the animals eat in the tundra ?

Animals in the tundra basically feed on seals, fish, and other underwater animals since there isn't much plant life.
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The type of plants live in the tundra?

The tundra has a lot of plant life within this biome. Some common plants include the bearberry, arctic moss, Caribou moss, Diamond leaf willow, Labrador Tea, Pasque Flower, and the Tufted Saxifrage.