An individual squirrel does not adapt to an environment. However species of animals become adapted to their environment over time by the process of natural selection (survival and breeding of the fittest individuals).
It would therefore be correct to ask:-
"How is the arctic squirrel (as a species) adapted to the tundra environment".
The adaptation one may expect may include:
It is only legal to kill a squirrel for hunt in the spring season. This would be known as squirrel season and small game is fair game. If you accidentally kill a squirrel in a non spring season it will be ok because you are not intentionally hunting them.
If it is hurt usually.
they can but why would they? so main answer is yes.
A squirrel is not an arthropod but a rodent. This is a mammal and arthropods are mostly made up of different insect species.
you have to be able to adapt to cold weather and have training
Then the organisms of the tundra biome will have to adapt a new adaption to survive the biome.
The Tundra is a geographical region and does not adapt.
It would it be hard to live in the tundra because the tundra is like a dessert exept a dessert with snow . The tundra is a cold, dry treeless region, also known as a cold dessert . It would be hard living there because you will first have to be adapt/get used to the tundra.
They adapt to the enviorment.
The shrub is adapted to the tundra because it does not need soil.
they fuch eachother
by conserving water in his pouch
The arctic ground squirrel lives in alpine and arctic tundra in bushy meadows, riverbanks, lakeshores, and sandbanks.
i dont know. ask your parents.