With its floating icebergs and soggy tundra, the Arctic creates an almost alien landscape. Despite its bleak appearance, thousands of living things survive there--from polar bears to seals to arctic hares--and they all posses the incredible ability to thrive in one of the most challenging habitats on Earth.
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