Science Biome Project

By: Cat Cardenas 7th

Abiotic Factors in Tundra

In the Tundra there are plenty of abiotic factors but, here's just a few of them.

-Water

-Sun

Temperature

Biotic Factors in Tundra

In the Tundra there are plenty of little beating hearts everywhere but here's just a few of the bright and shining faces.

-Polar Bear

-Snowy Owl

-Arctic Fox

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What the Tundra Biome Is Like.

The temperatures in the Tundra can be up to -70 degrees F to 20 degrees F. It may seem like plants can't grow in this kind of weather but the plants can by having permafrost covering the actual soil. The animals are adapted to the cold winters and when the short summers come by the quickly raise their young. Some people don't know this but the temperature in the Tundra keeps the Earth the temperatures it is now. Animals in the Tundra tend to have small ears and tails.
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How Do Humans Harm AND Help The Tundra

Two way humans harm the Tundra is the oil facilities harming and the gas companies polluting the areas. The other two ways humans help the Tundra is, blocking off areas so we don't touch the plants and/or animals in the area, also by picking up garbage in the area so that way it wont permanently damage the water, land, and/or air.

Some Fun Facts About The Tundra

- The word Tundra comes from the word tunturia, it means treeless land

- The Tundra is the 2nd dangerous environment

- During the winter the sun is only out a few hours a day, but in the summer the sun is out 24 hours a day which means there isn't any nights