Are polar biomes the same as tundra biomes?


Polar Biomes are the coldest of the tundra biomes.  They are located (as their name implies) at the utmost polar regions of the earth.  Polar biomes have very few plants, and are inhabited by animals such as the polar bear, and birds such as the penguin.

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