Arctic Biome!

Animals Found in the Arctic- Arctic Fox, Killer Whale, Narwhal, Seals, Polar Bear, Reindeer, Arctic Skunk, Arctic Chipmunks


Animals that adapt- Narwhale, Walrus, Arctic Wolf
Arctic animals commonly adapt by obtaining thicker fur, extra layers of blubber, and utilizing camouflage, which is when a brown animal could turn white to blend in with the snowy environment of the arctic.

Plants thats adapt- Arctic poppy, Arctic Willow, Lichens


Food Chains
Producer- Plants
Primary Consumer- Polar Cod
Secondary Consumer- Ringed seal
  • Polar Bear- Ringed Seal
  • Ringed Seal- Polar Cod
  • Polar Cod- Pelagic Crustacean


Decomposers
  • Bacteria, the prime decomposers
  • Mosses, lichen, and fungi


Bibliography




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Arctic willow
"A dwarf shrub that is food for caribou, musk oxen, and arctic hares. The Inuit people call it the “tongue plant” because of the shape of its leaves."


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Arctic poppy.
"This plant is about 10-15 cm tall, with a single flower per stem. The flower heads follow the sun, and the cup-shaped petals help absorb solar energy"




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Lichens
"Lichens grow in mats on the ground and on rocks across the Arctic. Lichens provide an important food source for caribou in the winter."

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wyatt and potato.