Arctic/Tundra. Jagger and keira. The name of our habitat is the Arctic and Alpine Tundra regions of the North Pole. The arctic is a very cold, windy, and snow covered. It can be as low as -94 degrees Fahrenheit. The arctic is harsh
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Jagger and keira
The name of our habitat is the Arctic and Alpine Tundra
regions of the North Pole. The arctic is a very cold, windy, and snow
covered. It can be as low as -94 degrees Fahrenheit. The arctic is harsh
but animals and plants can live there. It also has very little precipitation.
Plants and animals can live here, too.
The word tundra means treeless plain. The difference between the arctic and
alpine tundra is that the alpine tundra is not permanently frozen.
In the arctic, animals that live there are polar bears, arctic foxes, and baby harp
seals. Its plants are mosses, grasses, and lichens. In the alpine tundra, there
are dwarf willows, yellow buttercups, and shrubs. In the alpine tundra,
you can see arctic hares, artic foxes, and musk ox. There are many types
of interactions going on in the arctic habitat.
There are many types of interactions going on in the arctic habitat. One interaction is between animal and their habitat and it’s called Winter in deep freeze. The wood frogs , wollybear caterpillars , and some types of insects freeze the water in their bodies during the winter and then the bodies thaw During the spring. One interesting fact about the arctic is there is all-day sunshine in the summer and 24-hour darkness in the winter.