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www.reference.com/article/should-someone-change-timing-belt-toyota-camry-5d8d9e58c51420a

For a 2013 Toyota Camry, the warranty and maintenance guide recommends that the timing belt be changed every 90,000 miles or 72 months. Whichever milestone occurs first is when the car's owner should get the timing belt changed. The recommendations vary based on the car's production year, make and m

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On the tundra, people eat primarily a meat-based diet including, seal, whale, walrus, caribou, reindeer, polar bear, muskox, birds and fish. They also gather some of the wild foods that grow in the harsh landscape, such as berries, seaweed, grasses and tubers.

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One of the biggest threats to the tundra is global warming. As fossil fuels burn elsewhere on the planet, the atmosphere warms in all locations. This causes melting of permafrost, resulting in the collapse of tundra ecosystems. As permafrost melts, it allows frozen plant material to decay, releasing

www.reference.com/article/tire-size-specifications-2015-toyota-tundra-4fdb486589108f82

The 2015 Toyota Tundra is available in six editions, and the tire size specifications for the SR and SR5 editions are P275/70R18. For the limited edition, the standard tire size specifications are P275/55R20. The tire size specifications for the 2015 Toyota Tundra TRD Pro edition are P275/65R18.

www.reference.com/article/kind-people-live-tundra-bda85535169a100d

According to Discovery.com, many people who live in the alpine tundra in mountainous regions are animal herders. People living in the arctic tundra rely on mining, hunting, nomadic herding or fishing to make a living.

www.reference.com/article/install-toyota-tundra-camper-shell-8d6c791370591840

To install a camper shell on a Toyota Tundra, install the seal, place the shell on the bed, and clamp it to the truck to ensure it is the correct installation. To keep the shell on permanently, replace the clamps with bolts after carefully checking the installation.

www.reference.com/article/plants-live-tundra-7f49f2b2159518b8

Despite the freezing weather in the Arctic Circle, a vast number of plants thrive in the tundra biome, including different types of mosses, lichens, shrubs, flowers and other low-lying plants. These resilient plants have adapted to the tundra's short growing season and harsh environment.

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Despite the harsh climate, the tundra is home to many animals, including herbivores, such as lemmings, voles, and caribou, and predators, such as polar bears, wolves and foxes. In addition to a few species, which inhabit the tundra all year, a number of migratory birds inhabit the area during the su

www.reference.com/article/types-soil-found-tundra-bd24d4358e38c771

Soil types common to the tundra include permafrost and polygon soils. Permafrost refers to soil that is permanently frozen 1 to 2 meters below the surface. Polygon soils are cracked, patterned soils created from surface shrinkage due to frozen winter temperatures.

www.reference.com/article/climate-tundra-35fbf5da1b6bf4ef

Tundras have cold, windy climates with low levels of rainfall. Snow is nearly always on the ground, except during summer. The latitudinal range of the tundra is from 60 to 75 degrees north.