Reindeer live in the tundra, lichen is a type of plant in the tundra, there are dwarf trees in the tundra, there are small-leafed shrubs, there are mountain goats in the tundra, there are sheep in the tundra, there are elk in the tundra, caribou live in the tundra, arctic hares (rabbits) live in the tundra, arctic foxes live in the tundra, wolves live in the tundra, polar bears live in the tundra, ........................................If you need any more information on the tundra.........just ask....I did a report on it when I was in the 5th grade....I know a lot about the tundra.
Yes, Dwarf trees do live in the Tundra. Dwarf trees are the tallest plant in the Tundra growing up to 5 cm tall. Tiny! The harsh winds and freezing weather conditions make it impossible for anything taller to grow.
palm trees are for hot ares
animals that live in a tundra destoy most vegetation
Shrubs,sedges,grasses,mosses,and lichens.Scattered trees grow in some tundra.
Tundra is defined as a treeless ecosystem because of its low temperature, but dwarf shrubs and trees do grow in tundra climates. Other types of vegetation include: grass, moss, and lichens.
small shrubs and little trees live in the alpine tundra and the animals that live there are bears, eagles, and possibly owls. hope that helps!
pine trees are the main tree in the arctic tundra
Lichens are algae like structures that grow on trees in the tundra. They can live up to hundreds of years.
Taigas have snows and coniferous trees. What you are thinking of is an arctic tundra which is where penguins live .
Kangaroos do not live in the tundra. They are native to Australia, and Australia does not have any tundra regions.
No, koalas do not live in the tundra. Koalas require eucalyptus bushland in temperate or sub-tropical zones of eastern Australia. Tundra is too cold. Australia's only tundra is on Mt Kosciuszko and nearby high country, which does not support the eucalyptus trees koalas need for their survival.
The artic Tundra is a biome where animals live in. I'm not sure if people live there. I know that it is located in Alaska, and Canadaa cold,dry region near Artic Ocean where no trees grow?
Some biotic factors of a tundra are grass and trees! Some biotic factors of a tundra are grass and trees!
animal- red taied foxes plants- moss and trees
It is the largest biome on earth.It is also the coldest.Few trees live there.
no, no snakes live in the tundra
no tigers do not live in the tundra
There are no trees because the tundra is too windy it would knock the trees over and in some places it is too cold and the tundra has a thing called permafrost which is a frozen layer underneath the the soil that prevents the trees to grow there because of their roots.
do you mean caribou? then it does live in the tundra to be specific the artic tundra.
none Trees cannot take root in tundra biomes because of the existence of permafrost.
because the tundra is too windy it would knock the trees over and in somplaces it is too cold
Coniferous trees usually grow in the taiga, but the dwarf widow can grow in the tundra.