Tundra Food Webs
A description of the interaction of living things within the tundra biome. The first chapter introduces readers to the concept of food chains and food webs. Subsequent chapters describe the different plants and animals that live in the tundra biome, their roles in the biome's food web, and how people have affected and can protect the biome.
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active layer Alaska animals that eat arctic ground squirrel Arctic hares bacteria bak-TEER-ee-uh bearberry birds migrate Bumblebees Caption carbon dioxide Carnivores KAHR-nuh-vorz CHAPTER Cotton grass dead animals dead creatures dead plants decay decomposers Earth’s eat both plants eat lichens eat other animals eat other living eaters energy moving feed on dead fish food chain Foxes eat geese find grasses glossary Grizzly bears HEAD GOES herbivores ER-buh-vorz hunt Ice pushes index helps readers kill lichens LYE-kenz mammals MEAT EATERS melts moose Musk oxen Musk oxen’s thick nutrients NOO-tree-uhnts omnivores oxen’s thick hair oxygen PEOPLEAND THE TUNDRA permafrost photosynthesis FOH-toh-SIHN-thuh-sihs plantlike living things plants and animals pond Ptarmigans Reindeer lichen Sedges also grow SHARING A BOOK small mammals snow snowy owl summer sun’s energy thick hair helps TUNDRA AND FOOD tundra animals Tundra Food TUNDRA PLANT EATERS Tundra plants grow TUNDRA TUNDRA tundra winters warm during tundra water freezes willow plant Wolves WORD DETECTIVE