Tundra Food Webs

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Lerner Publications, Nov 1, 2007 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
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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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6
Chapter 3
22
Chapter 6
39
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PAUL FLEISHER is a retired educator. He is the author of numerous nonfiction books for children as well as software and other materials for educators and worked for many years as an educator of gifted and talented children.

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