the arctic tundra

cold climate around winter the average temperature is negative 34c (-30F) but the average temperature is 3-12c  (37-54)f.

the arctic wolf is a small fox native to the Arctic regions of the Northern Hemisphere and common throughout the Arctic tundra biome. It is well adapted to living in cold environments.

the bearberry plant prefer well-drained sandy soil, and are often found near dry and open habitats, such as coastal areas, sandy and rocky barrens and slopes, dunes and mountains and prairies. In the tundra biome of the Arctic, bearberries are often found clinging behind rocks to stay out of the wind. This low-growing shrub grows into a compact mat in the tundra's open environment, serving as insulation for smaller plants in the tundra biome.

this food web contains every from which everything consume like the plankton the plankton are then eaten

this food  web contains every from which everything consumes like the plankton , the plankton are then eaten by the fish the fish eat the plankton energy. living in the arctic everything is consumed so the fish is consumed by the seal to get there energy . after that the polar bear then consumes the seal or baby seal because they are small and cant really defend themselves.

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this is a polar bear that lives in the arctic tundra a carnivorous bear whose native range lies largely within the Arctic Circle, encompassing the Arctic Ocean, its surrounding seas and surrounding land masses