Artic Fox it is forced top eat plant because of the low amount of carnivore it eat! :D
artic fox and brown bear
arctic fox- adapted by having long fur thats changes color with the seasons
Swans are omnivores. They mostly eat plants, but will eat the odd insect or earthworm.
Tundra is a generic term, "arctic tundra" is a specific tundra.
The Arctic Tundra is present in North America, Europe, and Asia. The Arctic Tundra is a type of tundra present around the Arctic Ocean's coastline.
No. You'll find arctic tundra in the Arctic.
Arctic foxes and arctic squirrels are both omnivores.
Yes, Arctic foxes live on the tundra of the Arctic.
is a rabbit a omnivore in the tundra.
If you mean Arctic tundra then yes.
An Arctic Tundra's seasons are winter and summer.
The arctic tundra has poor soil
there arent any birds in the arctic tundra.
An arctic tundra is just a super cold place but the alpine tundra is on the tops of big mountains
The Danish territory of Greenland is in the Arctic Tundra. The Canadian territories of Nunavut, Northwest Territories, and Yukon are in the Arctic Tundra.
Arctic tundra moss is a kind of decomposer that lives in the arctic tundra. It is green in color, but mostly white because it is covered with ice.
gilled mushrooms are a common fungi in the arctic tundra.
Arctic Tundra War you anus!
Scavengers of the Arctic tundra include wolves, the Arctic fox and polar bears.
A brown bear will eat plants, berries, fish, grubs, worms, meat (even carrion if desperately hungry), and are omnivores.
The arctic tundra, alpine tundra, and antarctic tundra.
Arctic foxes live in the Arctic and alpine tundra and on ice floes (sheets of ice).