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Tundra Food Web

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Amber Luong

on 30 October 2012

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TUNDRA FOOD WEB Producers Consumers Primary Secondary Tertiary BIBLIOGRAPY http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/tundra_plant_page.htm http://www.tundraanimals.net/ Polar Bear
Grizzly Bear
Grey Wolf
Falcon
Wolverine
Snowy Owl Arctic Fox
Seal
Whale
Ermine
Arctic Shrew
Harlequin Duck Arctic Loon
Falcon
Raven
Walrus Lemming
Arctic Hare
Caribou
Vole
Musk Ox
Arctic Bumblebee Blackfly
Fly
Squirrel
Porcupine
Cod
Salmon
Weasel
Flatfish
Trout
Krill Arctic Moss
Arctic Willow
Bearberry
Caribou Moss
Diamond-leaf Willow
Labrador Tea
Pasque Flower
Tufted Saxifrage
Grasses
Lichen
Plankton http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/tundra_animal_page.htm http://www.enchantedlearning.com/biomes/tundra/tundra.shtml THE END YOU HAVE DIED... HAPPY SAD Arctic Willow Arctic Moss Tufted Saxifrage Pasque Flower Labrador Tea Diamond-leaf Willow Caribou Moss Bearberry Sun Decomposers Bacteria
Fungi
Lichen Polar Bear Grizzly Bear Grey Wolf Falcon Scavengers (ENERGY SOURCE) (PRODUCER) (PRODUCER) (PRODUCER) (PRODUCER) (PRODUCER) (PRODUCER) (PRODUCER) (PRODUCER) Arctic Fox
Arctic Wolf
Wolverine
Snowy Owl Lemming Arctic Hare Caribou Vole Arctic Bumblebee Fly Trout Squirrel Cod Salmon Weasel (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer/ Detritivore) (Primary Consumer) (Primary Consumer) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (Teterary Consumer) (Teterary Consumer) (Teterary Consumer) (Teterary Consumer/ Scavenger) (Teterary Consumer/ Scavenger) Wolverine Arctic Fox Seal Snowy Owl Whale Arctic Shrew Arctic Loon Harlequin Duck (Secondary Consumer) Walrus (Secondary Consumer/ Scavenger) (Secondary Consumer) (Secondary Consumer) (Secondary Consumer) (Secondary Consumer) (Secondary Consumer) (Secondary Consumer) Bacteria (Decomposer) Lichen Fungi (Decomposer) (Producer/Decomposer) What is a tundra? A tundra considered a desert. Although it may not look like one, it is because is gets just over 8 inches(20.32 cm) of precipitation(rain, snow, hail etc... ) on average each year, only 1 inch(2.54 cm) below a desert's average . In other words, a tundra is sort of like a cold desert, but, a tundra does have more vegetation(plants) than a desert because of the extra rain. Tundras are areas at the top of the world in the arctic circle. Some tundras are Alaska, Northern parts of Canada, the Arctic(North Pole), parts of Russia, Greenland and other parts of Northern Europe. Detritivores Fly (Teterary Consumer/ Scavenger) Grasses (PRODUCER) Ermine Krill (Primary Consumer) Plankton (PRODUCER) YOU GOT A MESSAGE HERE ARE JUST SOME OF THE ANIMALS IN THE TUNDRA
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