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Arctic Tundra Map
Arctic Tundra Map

Polar tundras can be found in Antarctica, North Pole, Northern portions of Canada, Alaska, Greenland, and the United States.
Alpine tundra is not found in as distinct areas as polar tundra. Alpine tundra is scattered in many regions all around the world. Here are a few places where alpine tundra can be discovered. They can be found in Bering Land Bridge National Preserve, Baffin Island in North Eastern Canada, Northern Scandinavia and Northern regions of Russia and Siberia.

Alpine Tundra in winter
Alpine Tundra in winter
Polar Tundra in Winter
Polar Tundra in Winter










There are two in the Tundra seasons they are summer and winter. The average winter temperature in the Tundra is -34 degrees Celsius, and the average summer temperature is 3 to 12 degrees Celsius a year. The location of polar tundras and alpine tundras are different in many ways. One way the alpine tundras are different from polar tundras is that alpine tundras are found on mountains. The polar tundra is found mainly in the northern hemisphere. Also Alpine tundras have a wider varietyof climate than
Polar Tundra in Summer
Polar Tundra in Summer
polar tundras. The tundra has only about 15 - 25
centimeters of precipitation both seasons.
Alpine Tundra in Summer
Alpine Tundra in Summer











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