lots of animals can be found in the tundra. these can include
penguins, polar bears, arctic rabbits, the arctic fox, wolves, and
of course whales.
Animals live in the tundra by living in catuses and in the sand
there are unicorns in the tundra
No! animals in the tundra live only at the north and south pole(including Canada and siberia) animals from the alpine tundra can live on mount Everest,rocky mountains,the andees
They all live in the tundra and have white fur so it makes it hard for its predator to find them
The tundra is a biome that has a frozen ground all year round, with animals such as the Arctic Fox, Ermine, caribou, snowy owl, and the grizzly bear.
But they can. Caribou, Musk oxen and wolves do OK on the tundra, and they're all warm blooded animals.
not all animals in the tundra hibernate some birds migrate in the tundra
Elks, reindeer and animals like these that can survive very cold climates live in the tundra.
there are 54 animal in the tundra
Well, the plants and all the animals are organisms!
lots of animals live in the tundra. Ex lemmings,artic fox,wolfs,caribou etc.
There are many animals that live in the Arctic tundra. The animals that eat tundra grass; examples of animals that eat tundra grass include the pika and the Norway Lemming,
Humans live in all kinds of biomes. Like animals, we adapt to the enviroment.
There are a handful of native Tundra animals. Some of these animals would be the arctic fox and the grizzly bear.
Tundra is unique because the animals and plants that live there.