Depending on the time of year, the average temperature of the Arctic can range between 0 degrees Celsius in the summer to 40 degrees Celsius in the winter. The Arctic's cold temperatures can be attributed to different va... More »

Some decomposers that are found in the Arctic are bacteria and fungi. In a food chain, decomposers are organisms that can break down dead organic matter, such as plants and animals. Bacteria are the smallest type of deco... More »

The Arctic is not considered a continent because it is a region that is not comprised of one specific land mass. Several countries belonging to separate continents reach into the Arctic region. More »

The temperature of the Arctic Ocean can reach 32 degrees F in the summer and -22 degrees F in the winter. A sheet of ice covers the ocean for much of the year, and from October to June, it is ice locked. The Arctic Ocean... More »

Rhubarb should be grown in an area with a cool climate where the temperature stays below 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer and falls below 40 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter. This allows the plant to return from dorma... More »

The average temperature range for the tundra biome in the true Arctic Circle is 30 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter, and an average of 45 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer. The long winter brings months of total darkn... More »

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As the Inuits lived in an Arctic environment, their clothes were adapted to survive in a harsh environment and included parkas made from caribou skins in winter and sealskin in summer. Most of their clothes were handmade... More »