Artic Tundra

by: Nakayla Pickens and Jordan Vega

Arctic Tundra

This shows the Arctic Tundra

Geographical Location

Arctic tundra is found across northern Alaska, Canada, and Siberia.


Tundras are among Earth's coldest, harshest biomes.Tundra ecosystems are treeless regions found in the Artic and on the tops of mountains, where the climate is cold and windy and rainfall is scant. Summer in the Tundra only last about 6 weeks. The warmest it gets here is 50 degrees

Average Rainfall

Yearly precipitation, including melting snow, is 15 to 25 cm (6 to 10 inches). Soil is formed slowly.

Artic Tundra Plants

food webs and food chains in the arctic tundra

A typical Arctic tundra food chain in Alaska begins with lichen, which is both an alga a producer and a fungus a decomposer living symbiotically. Lichen can live on bare rock in the tundra and slowly break it down to soil. A caribou, a primary consumer, eats the lichen and later dies. A brown or grizzly bear an omnivore stumbles upon the dead body and consumes it, becoming both a scavenger and secondary consumer.

Arctic Snow Bunny

This shows a snow bunny that has adapt to the Arctic.