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What are some arctic habitats?

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The Arctic is a polar region that is located at the northernmost part of the earth. The Arctic consists of the Arctic ocean and parts of Canada, Russia, Alaska, Denmark (Greenland), Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland. The habitat in which polar bears thrive the most are the areas of sea ice.
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What animals live in the Arctic Circle?

The Arctic Circle is where polar bears, Arctic foxes, wolves and reindeer can be found, as well as various species of birds such as snowy owls, bald eagles and those ever-so-charming puffins (no penguins!). The Arctic Ocean provides a home for various types of whales, seals, walruses, fish and plankton.

What are some names of arctic animals?

Arctic animals include lemmings, muskox, caribou (also called reindeer), Arctic fox, wolves , polar bears, wolverines , ermines, Arctic hares, Arctic ground squirrels, seals, and walruses.

What plants live in the Arctic habitat?

Plants of the arctic include: arctic willow (shrub), arctic poppy, moss, cushion plants (which grow tight and low to the ground), like saxifrage, and moss campion . Another important food source for caribou that grow on the Arctic tundra are lichens.


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