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What are 8 biotic and 5 abiotic factors of the tundra biome?

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2009-09-23 13:51:04
2009-09-23 13:51:04
i only know the abiotic onespermafrostlittle precipitationpoor soilstrong windsshort summer days and very long cold wintersbiotic factors would be plants and animals
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