Scavengers of the Arctic tundra include wolves, the Arctic fox and polar bears.
not all animals in the tundra hibernate some birds migrate in the tundra
where do birds live in the tundra
Yes, the snowy owl and some eagles live in the Tundra.
Becuase of some insects
Snowy owl,Rock Ptarmigan and some Eagles all live in the Tundra
some moose and birds
some decomposers and scavengers are the t-Rex , larvae,dung beetle, fly,cockroach,eagle,hawks,and other kinds of birds.
I think it is an eagle.
Birds Eat BirdsSome birds like hawks, vultures, falcons, eagles, owls, and crows eat other birds. Some of these actually catch their prey, others are scavengers that eat dead birds.
Scavengers or carrion birds
The Arctic Fox is a scavenger. Most polar bears will also "scavenge." Finally, some of the northern-breed wolves can inhabit "tundra" areas and they will also scavenge.
there arent any birds in the arctic tundra.
In the summer there are thousands of insects that most migrating birds in the tundra feed on.
some birds do take vultures for example they are scavengers they eat remains of other animals and scavange on anything that is dead
The tundra birds and berries: The birds eat the berries then when they let out wast the berries reproduce.
peregrine falcons have no natural predaters,but some scavengers eat the dead birds
An example of a decomposer in the Alpine Tundra is bacteria or, fungi.Some organisms of scavengers are earthworms and wasps.Source: http://www.qrg.northwestern.edu/projects/MarsSim/SimHTML/info/whats-a-decomposer.HTML
worms some times ,rolly pollys , and birds thst use grass as nests
No. Scavengers eat the dead along with decomposers, but decomposers eat the scavengers. A decomposer is a fungus, bacteria, or an insect while scavengers are usually mammals or birds.
scavengers are shrimps scavengers are shrimps
Scavengers will eat these birds.
Scavengers would eat these birds.
The Lepord Seal it is one of the scavengers and so are Polar bears.