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23 January, 15:55

What kind of animals are best suited to life in a tundra

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  1. 23 January, 16:05
    [ Answer ]

    Animals that can handle and have the body type for the cold.

    [ Explanation ]

    Tundra Biome: Coldest biome, low temperature, little precipitation

    Animals best suited to fit this: Muskox, arctic hare, mammoth, polar bear, snowy owl, etc.

    These animals have thick fur and can adapt and handle the cold and harsh weather easily.

  2. 23 January, 16:28
    Tundra biome is also called as "treeless mountain tract" and the animals best suited to this type of climate are Arctic fox, Muskoxen, snow owl and polar bear.


    Having an area of 11,563,300 km square. Tundra vegetation is composed of shrubs, mosses, lichens and lots of scattered trees. Divided into three layers s Arctic tundra, alpine tundra, and Antarctic tundra.

    Found in upper areas of Alaska, Canada, and Siberian borders. Generally, the soil is permafrost throughout the year. Plant Like Blackberry and lichens are well adapted here. In winter temperatures can go up to - 28 degrees.

    As tundra tends to windy, biodiversity tends to be low as 1700 species of land plants and 50 species of animals.
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