biome - Dear Mr. West, I am here in the Arctic Tundra on an...

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Dear Mr. West, I am here in the Arctic Tundra on an expedition. This biome is very different than all of the other biomes of Earth. This area is the coldest area because of its distance from the equator. The soil is completely frozen, or known as permafrost. The main season here is winter, because of the location of this biome, being far from the equator. During the winter, the average temperature in the Arctic Tundra is about -30˚F and in the summer, about 45˚F, making the biome able to sustain life, such as animals and some plants. Three animals that live in this treacherous biome are polar bears, salmon, and caribou. The polar bear has been living in this biome for as long as I can remember. It has adapted to this biome by having the color of its fur change to white to blend in with the environment. The caribou has also been living in the tundra for quite a while, providing many things for the tundra biome. Salmon are an important part of the food chain of this biome. Without them the biome could not exist, providing food for the polar bear. Animals
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