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Tundra in Canada
Transcript of Tundra in Canada
The Tundra is in Nunavut, North Pole, North Islands, North Manitoba, Yukon, Northwest Territory and Northern Ontario.
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Description of Tundra:
The Tundra is a very cold place and it could even have bad weathers. Each time it's getting colder tempertures. In Tundra they have short summers and long winters, so if you go there during the summer or spring it might turn into winter. There are flat and hilly places in the Tundra, also did you know there are no trees in the Tundra. There mountains, snow and ice there. It's always bright in the summer so if you sleep there you wouln't because it's always bright 24 hours and that's a day. The Tundra covers 20% of the earth.
The adaptations are that Caribou's have a mouth to catch and eats his own prey. A Polar Bear has fur to keep itself warm, and a Arctic Wolf has nails to stop their prey's from running.
The Tundra plant species are fungus, red moss, red mushrooms, and some other more.
The animals in the Tundra are Caribou, Arctic Wolf, Polar Bears, Grizzly Bears, Walruses, Horses and Gesse.
Importance of the Tundra:
The importance of the Tundra is that we can get oxygen and water from there, also there is many other more.
Harmful Effects of the Tundra:
The Tundra's harmful effects are that there are climate changing, pollution, they're not recycling and putting garbage on the ground instead of the garbage bin.
Caring for the Tundra
We can walk instead of driving cars, car pool and more.