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Cold Climate Biomes

Neumeyer Science

What types of animals are found in the Arctic Tundra? Lemmings, caribou, arctic hares, squirrels, arctic foxes, wolves, polar bears, falcons, loons, ravens, galls, mosquitoes, black flies, salmon, and trout
What are the details/climate of the Alpine Tundra? Mountains with cold, treeless, frozen landscapes
What are some plants that are in the Coniferous Forest? Forests of cold tolerant, dense evergreen trees covered in needles: pine, spruce, and fur
What are some animals that live in the Alpine Tundra? Mountain goats, big horn sheep, ptarmigen, marmot, and bobcats
What are some plants that live in the Arctic Tundra? Low shrubs, grasses, lichen, and mosses
What are some plants that live in Alpine Tundra? Short shrubs, dwarf trees, and grasses
What are some animals that live in the Coniferous Forest? Beavers, lynx, wolves, moose, grizzly bears, and wolverines
What are the details/ climate of the Coniferous Forest? It is the most abundant biome, cold with snowfall. Alaska, Scandinavia, and Russia
What are the details/ climate of the Arctic Tundra? Cold and desert - like with permanently-frozen subsoil known as permafrost. North Pole, Antarctic Tundra, South Pole
What are some abiotic factors of a cold biome? Air, sun, ice/water, and rocks
Created by: Michiganfan



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