The Tundra Biome

By Maddi Cagle, Kathleen Ramirez, Isaih Stoffo, and Andrew Rasnake.

1. Tundras can be cold or a little cold look at this pictures that i think is very cold but first let me give u info or some information on a tundra.The Tundra is the coldest biome with temperatures that average to -34 Degrees C in the winter and 3 to 12 Degrees C in the summer. Permafrost covers most of the tundra's soil making it hard for plants to grow. Snow covers mostly everything almost year round. The Tundra gets about 6-10 inches of rain per year and about 20-30 inches of snow per year.

Bearberry is a low growing evergreen.

If you wanna go to the Tundra Biome in the winter time there are many activities you can do with your husband, wife, or kids. One activity that is very common here in the Tundra Biome is Making snow sled trips with the family. If you love snow come in the winter time, because trust me we can get a lot of snow!

Now, back to this summer trip you wanna take. I know this don't look real, but it is and it is really a river and not many activities can happen in the summer time, because in the Tundra Biome it can be summer time and not be 101 degrees like it is here in Alabama. The one activity very common in the summer time would be River floating! River floating is very fun because you get to rent a boat, hand made and sent to you for only $30 from South America! If you choose this we here hope you have your fun on our Tundra Vacation!!

Pasque flower is a member of the Ranuneulaeae family.

If you love animals, you will be amazed by our animal and wildlife viewings. The viewings for the Tundra trip include the following: Wolves, dogs, bunnies, and more! So come out and join the animals in seeing these beautiful creatures show you how they survive this Tundra mania!

The polar bear's scientific name is the Ursus Maritimus.
The average length of an arctic hare is 20-26 in.
Arctic foxes live in dens.

There are only two seasons: winter and summer 75% of the tundra is covered in frost don't get cold out there or you'll be like these wolf wear thick clothing. like this

Musk oxen are vegetarians.

he/she is wearing a thick coat brr it must be that cold.

Look at the pretty lights aren't they beautiful some people want to touch them. To keep them but they can't the streaming lights are from the north from the sun.

The arctic tundra is the smallest biome. It is also the coldest biome. A biome is communities of living and non-living organisms that can be referred to an ecosystem. Also a lot of their animals are going endangered in this biome.

he winter temperatures average about -30 F throughout most of the true Arctic including the North Pole. The coldest weather occurs in northeastern Siberia. There January temperatures average -40 F, and have reached -93 F. Most other parts of Siberia and the sub arctic sections of central Asia, Canada, and central Alaska have an average winter temperatures of about -20 F. The mildest winters occur in the coastal regions of the Pacific Oceans, where January temperatures average about 30 F.

Penguins do not drink water, they eat snow.
The Labrador tea plant grows to be 4 to 5 feet.

For our other activity we have canoeing! Canoeing is very fun because number one you in the Tundra, and number two you are having fun with you friends or family like the two girls above. So what are you waiting for? Come and go canoeing with us!!

Lastly we bring you our snowball fight activity! You will be given a map and it tells you where to go for the snowball fight. So what are you waiting for? We hope you enjoyed this preview of what it could be like to enter the Tundra Biome!

Caribou moss grows to be 1 to 4 inches high.
Tufted Saxifrage is a small perennial that grow in thick mats.

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