A Caribou lives in the Arctic Tundra
Arctic and sub-arctic biomes.
Caribou and Deer
An example of parasitism in the Arctic Tundra is the mosquito and Caribou. The mosquito sucks the blood of the caribou and gives the caribou a rash. The mosquito gets blood and can now lay eggs.
Wolves, bears, caribou, fox, hares and mice.
The fox follows the caribou who removes the snow covering to get at lichens under the soil. The fox then hunts the subnivean mammals that have been unearthed by the caribou
Snowy Owls, Weasels, Polar bears, Caribou and Arctic Foxes.
There are alot like the caribou, wolves,bears, owls, artic hares, etc.
Dall Sheep, woodland Caribou, Raindeer, Artic Lemmings, etc.
The relationship between caribou and the bacteria in their stomachs is symbiotic (mutual).
One example of commensalism in the tundra biome can be seen between the caribou or reindeer and the arctic fox. When hunting for food, the caribou digs into the ground snow exposing some soil and bringing some subnivean mammals closer to the surface. The arctic fox follows the caribou while hunting and once the latter finishes digging, the fox continues to dig deeper in search of its own food.
the energy pyramid of the tundra is top fox or wolf middle could be rabbits or seals or even caribou last grass or bugs
... A caribou.
Rangifer tarandus, Caribou/Reindeer.
Some examples are the arctic fox, caribou, ermine, the grizzly bear, the harlequin duck, the musk ox, the polar bear, and the snowy owl.
Polar bears are not endangered, but many Arctic species are, such as the woodland caribou, and musk oxen.
Caribou eat caribou moss.
No. Caribou are herbivores.
Caribou are herbivores.