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  • 1. Tundra (Alpine & Artic)
    Japriya &
    Natalie
  • 2. Tundra’s temperature (Abiotic)
    In the winter the Tundra goes up to 20-30 degrees. In the summer the temperature goes all the way to 45-50 degrees.
  • 3. Tundra’sPlants
    There are all kinds of plants and animals in tundra such as:PasqueFlower, Caribou Moss, Bearberry, Artic Willow, Labrador Tea
  • 4. Animals in the Tundra
    Polar Bear, Caribou, Artic Fox, Artic Hare, Snowy Owl, Musk Ox
  • 5. Interesting facts (abiotic)
    The Tundra is located in almost 8 parts of the word.
    In the tundra its very cold so you would have to dress as if your dressing for a cold winter day.
    If not you would get frostbite and it will hurt.
  • 6. Pictures
    Tundra mountain tundra
    Animals mountian
  • 7. Tundra’s map
    Tundra’s map
    The map of the tundra lists places that are in the tundra and places you could probably visit
  • 8.
    • Some other living factors are: low shrubs, Reindoor mosses, and liverworts
    • 9. low shrubs, they adapted to the weather by being there a long it got used to little sun.
    living factors
  • 10. Nativeanimals
    The native animals that live their are sheep, and rabbits. They adjusted to the tundra by the sheep grew thicker wool, the rabbits adjusted to tundra by growing more fur over time. Some cooperation that the animals had to make with others is to say away from the others when they are haunting or the will most likely get ate by the bigger animals. the competition is the same size animals trying to eat the same thing.
  • 11. Warning
    Threats are people going to the tundra's and not cleaning up after themselves and they are killing animals. Some endangered species are polar bears, and pikas.
  • 12. Good bye
    Roses are red violets are blue, I came here to say good bye to you
  • 13. References and credits
    If you liked this slide show give credit to google.com and Mrs. Vazquez and her science wiki
    Those are what help us get through this slide show
    THANKS AND GOOD BYE<3<3<3