The Arctic Tundra. Baffin Island Lowland Plains. Table Of Contents. 1: Biome Summary 2: Ecosystems within the Biome 3: Food Web 4: Introduction 5: Threats and Solution 6: Affects by Humans 7: Communities Interaction within the ecosystem
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The Arctic Tundra
The tundra is located in some of the most northern places in the world which lead into the Arctic Circle.
Most of the Arctic Tundra that is located in Canada is in the North West Territories, Nunavut and a small portion of the very north of Quebec.
The Arctic tundra has 1700 species of plants and animals.
The tundra includes many kinds of animal life such as Polar bears, arctic fox, wolves, and caribou that all live in this biome.
Within the tundra there is also Fresh and Salt water which takes up the majority of the animal population in the Arctic Tundra there are many types of fish in the water and many types of whales such as the Narwhale, Beluga, and Bowhead whales.
The Arctic tundra in Canada is huge.
It is the size of Texas, Oklahoma, and Kansas combined which is pretty big.
The Tundra has the Physical features of Lowland Plains, water, and mountains/ Glaciers.
The lowland plains are surrounded by mountain and glaciers and throughout the lowlands there are many rivers that flow through during the summer and the cause of this is of melting glaciers.
The Arctic Tundra is covered with ice for pretty much the whole year but during the summer there are many flowers and shrubs that are located throughout the tundra which makes it very colourful.
Fresh water Streams
Salt Water Rivers