Tundra

tempature patterns

percipitation patterns

The Bering tundra has cold winters and cool summers although summer tempatures in a polar climate do not usually exceed to 50 degrees ferinhieght a high of 90 degrees has been recorded here in winter the low has reached -70 degrees. annual precipitation averages 17 inches (43 centimeters).

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Tundra Biome ❯ Zachollow

Animal life

tundra animals size is and important factor in preventing heat loss examples are the artic fox it has small ears short legs and a short tail this means there is less area from which body heat can escape,other animals in the tundra are the caribou and irmine

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Bibliography

Blue Planet Biomes. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/tundra.htm

Encyclopedia of biomes (Vol. 3). (2000). Usa: Marlene Weigel.