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Q: What is the lowest temperature of the arctic tundra?
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What is the daytime temperature in the Arctic Tundra?

54 degrees


What is the temperature range in a arctic tundra?

50 degrees to -45


What biome has the lowest average temperature?

The tundra biome has the lowest average temperature due to its polar locations and limited vegetation. Areas such as Antarctica and the Arctic Circle experience extremely cold temperatures year-round, with winter temperatures often dropping below freezing.


Which biome has the lowest temperature?

The tundra biome typically has the lowest temperatures on Earth due to its high latitudes and lack of trees, allowing heat to escape easily. Temperature in the tundra can drop well below freezing for extended periods of time.


What are some abiotic factors in the Arctic tundra?

grasses,wind, light ,and temperature


In what biome would you expect to find caribou?

Tundra. The arctic tundra in the summer and then they migrate to the Boreal Forest in the winter.


Is it cold in the Arctic tundra?

Yes, of course! The Arctic tundra can be lower then 0 degrees Celsius (32 degrees Fahrenheit) [which is considerably cold since it is the temperature at which water freezes].


Which of the biomes has the lowest average temperature?

The tundra biome typically has the lowest average temperature due to its high latitude location and cold climate.


Are there arctic birches at the tundra?

If you mean Arctic tundra then yes.


What is the average temperature range in the tundra biom?

The answer to that is very cold because in the arctic tundra is so cold that it is about probably at least 30 degress.


Where is the most biodiversity where is the least biodiversity?

the lowest biodiversity is in the polar regions!#NEW~NEW!!


What is the name of the treeless plain by the Arctic Circle?

north siberian plain