The tundra is a cold, windy, and often snowy biome found in the far northern parts of the Earth, like in Alaska, Canada, and Siberia. It’s a place where the soil is mostly frozen, and you won’t find any tall trees, just low-growing plants like mosses and shrubs. Even though it’s super chilly, animals like polar bears, arctic foxes, and caribou still call it home!

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