The tundra's primary consumers are herbivores such as musk oxen, lemmings, caribou and arctic hares that consume grass, moss and lichen. These animals provide food for the secondary consumers, which are predators like ar... More »

Primary consumers are animals that eat producers, and since producers are almost always green plants, primary consumers can most simply be defined as herbivores, such as cows and deer. "Consumer" and "producer," in this ... More »

Primary consumers of grassland areas are herbivores, otherwise known as plant eaters. Plant-eating animals can differ slightly between the grasslands of the world such as African Savannas, Central Eurasian grasslands and... More »

A selection of animals that live in the tundra include polar bears, arctic foxes, arctic hares, caribou, lemmings, snowy owls and musk oxen. Of all biome types, the tundra is the coldest, and its name comes from the Finn... More »

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Animals that live in Greenland include polar bears, musk oxen, Arctic foxes, caribou, lemmings, Arctic wolves, hares, reindeer, sea eagles, ptarmigans, puffins, auks, sparrows, gulls, owls, ringed seals, harbor seals, wa... More »

Typical animals found in the tundra biome include caribous, lemmings, voles, squirrels, arctic hares, arctic foxes, wolves, musk oxen, brown bears, polar bears, killer whales, beluga whales, sea lions, seals, walruses, e... More »

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There are many herbivores living in the tundra, including caribou, musk-oxen, Arctic hares, reindeer, lemmings and porcupines. The lemming is the smallest mammal in the tundra, weighing only between 2 and 4 ounces. More »