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Life In The Tundralanzillotta

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  • 1. Life in the Tundra Anna L.
  • 2. Two types of tundra are Arctic and Alpine Tundra.
  • 3. Arctic Tundra is a cold, vast, treeless area of low, swampy plains in the far north around the Arctic Ocean.
  • 4. Some countries you can find Arctic Tundra in are the northern part of Europe (Lapland and Scandinavia), Asia (Siberia), North America (Alaska, Canada), as well as most Greenland
  • 5. Alpine tundra is treeless because of high elevation more than high latitude.
  • 6. Permafrost is partially frozen subsoil.
  • 7. Three Arctic Tundra animals are musk ox, polar bear, and the snow hare.

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