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The Siberian Tundra

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xavier friloux

on 13 May 2013

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Tundra Animals Grizzly bear Arctic fox Caribou Polar bear The Arctic Fox is 10-16 inches long and it weighs about 6-12 pounds. The hair is white in the winter and in the summer its blue or gray. It live up to 15 years. The caribou has short legs and the coat is thick and brown and then becomes darker in the summer and the lighter in the winter. The average bulls are 350-400 pounds but can weight about 700 pounds. the height above their shoulders is 55 inches. A Grizzly Bear has a shout body,big head, and short tail. The weight can be up to 704 and over 8 feet. the height above their shoulder is 5 feet. The Map Siberian Tundra The Biome is in the Siberia of Russia The Polar Bear can stand up to 8 to 10 feet and can weight up to 550-1700 pounds. Their fur is thicker than any other bears fur and it even covers its feet. under their fur in the stomach area they have a layer of blubber so in the water it keeps them buoyant. Plants Pasque Flower The Pasque Flower is the member
of the Ranunculaceae which is Latin
for little frog. It's 6-8 inches off the
ground which can help you with
curing your eye if you had cataracts Bear Berry The bear berry stem stands up to 2-8 inches and is covered in thick bark and has silky hair. The petals are 1 inch long and the color is a pale pink and white. The bear berry is a dwarf shrub that adapts to the arctic. It can be used as a treatment for kidney or bladder problems. Climate and Precipitation The lows go down to -60 degrees Fahrenheit or -51 degrees Celsius in January. The highs go up to 64 degrees Fahrenheit or 18 degrees Celsius in July. DISTANCES & PRICES Flight from Atlanta to Moscow __$1600
Train from Moscow to Siberia $22,395
Distance from Atanta to Moscow __8,672km
Distance from Moscow to Siberia__10,000km
Travel with us to the land of the Siberia. There is no direct flight from Griffin Georgia to Siberia. In fact there is no flight to Siberia at all. The way you get there is another “must see”. The famous train ride is 10,000 kilometers and 6 days. The ride goes through 8 different time zones and you get to see Mongolia where Genghis Khan once roamed and parts of China. There are some places you must check out on your trip. Lake Baikal- The pearl of Siberia. It is the deepest and one of the purest lakes in the World. Vladivostok-a great Russian city where you can find museums and libraries Places to Visit Snow owl the body is 20 to 28 inches. The wingspan
is 4.2 to 4.8 feet, the weight is 3.5 to 6.5. The
owl is an patient hunter that perches and waits and identify its prey. Then it will attack with its sharp claws.
Moss The Moss grounds on the ground and
on rocks. It foamy and is 1 to 4 inches
high, their made of fungi and algae. Hotel The Hilton Omsk
the price is 137 dollars and up a week. Food The food mostly comes from the animals. So if you would like an Caribou then the hunter would hunter the Caribou and then will cook it for you but they should have some on stand by. Abiotic and Biotic The Abiotic is strong winds, little rainfall, short summer days, cold winters, poor soil. The Biotic that plants like the willow adapt to the
cold winters. the animals work even harder to get there food and shelter. Arctic Moss found growing on the bottom of tundra lake beds and in and around bogs and fens. There are lots of leaves on the stem, They do not have flowers.
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