The Arctic tundra biome is located on North America and Asia. It is found in three countries: Canada, the United States and Russia. The tundra features cold temperatures, low desert-like precipitation and permafrost. 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 primary producers in the arctic ecosystem are phytoplankton and plants, according to the Norwegian Polar Institute. Producers are classified as organisms that transform energy from the sun into carbohydrates. More »

The Arctic Lowlands is a region of tundra lying primarily within the Canadian territory of Nunavut. The ground is frozen throughout most of the year, and flora in the area is sparse. 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 »

Wolverines require large geographic areas to roam for food, and as such, often inhabit remote boreal forests, taiga and tundra in Northern Europe, Asia and North America. Wolverines may roam up to 15 miles a day looking ... More »

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The tundra is located along the extreme northern edge of Asia, Europe and North America. The majority of the world's tundra forms a single unbroken belt along the northern reaches of the globe, but isolated patches can b... More »

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