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Published by kris.daly, 2019-06-02 22:48:48

Hajin Lee - ebook arctic

Hajin Lee - ebook arctic


​Arctic fox! 





Contents Page: …..p 1
….. p 2
All about Arctic fox ….. p 3
The Arctic tundra ….. p 4
Energy transfer ….. p 5
Balances and Imbalances ….. p 6
Adaptations ….. P 7
Works Cited

Page 1
Arctic foxes eat dead animals, Arctic hares or some times, they eat small
animals. (Lemmings, etc.)

Description: polar bears eat arctic foxes. arctic foxes eat arctic hares or
lemming and they eat grass. I​ n ​spring in the north pole’s weather is​ warm
and flowers are blooming. In summer in north pole, the weather is hot and
humid. In fall, in north pole, the weather is chilly and there are many leaves.
In winter the north pole’s weather is very cold and ​it snows a lot.
Sometimes, in arctic, there are auroras.

Plants in the Arctic:​ t​ rees, bushes, grass, and ferns – also-called “vascular plants” 
because of their full systems of leaves, stems, and roots. However, the plant kingdom 
also includes moss, liverworts, and hornworts, simpler plants that lack these 
water-transporting structures. 

Interesting Facts about the populations of animals in the Arctic: 

Polar bears are 0.1%
Arctic foxes are 1%
Arctic hares and arctic lemmings are 10%
The lichens are 100%! So there aren’t any invasive species!
And they do molting​,​ and they their are fur black and white and also blueish 

Page 2

The arctic tundra
Arctic foxes live in north pole and there are many p​ recious animals 
in this ecosystem. ​It is located in the Arctic and tundra.Winter 
rabbits and arctic foxes and polar bears and penguins are living 
things in this ecosystem. s​ now,iceberg leaves and flowers are 
non-living things in this ecosystem. I​ n s​ pring in north pole weather 
is​ warm and flowers blooming.In summer in north pole,weather is 
hot and humid.In fall in north pole, the weather is chilly and 
there is many leaves. In winter in north pole weather is cold and 
It's snowing a lot.sometimes, there are real auror 


Page 3 

Energy transfer 
There are many forms of energy that transfer from one to another. First, sun and water 
give energy for lichen. Next, lichen gives energy for lemming. Then, lemming give 
energy to arctic fox.finally, arctic fox give energy to polar bear. But sometimes, there 
is invasive species.invasive species mean ​An i​ nvasive species​ is a species that is not 
native to a specific location (an ​introduced species​), and that has a tendency to spread 
to a degree believed to cause damage to the environment, human economy or human 

Polar bear eats arctic fox, arctic fox eats lemmings, lemmings eat grass. grass
get energy from sun. this is energy transfer.

Page 4
Balances and Imbalances

Balances:there isn’t any invasive species(like seeds or animals)

Imbalances are arctic animals needs to live in ice, but people make global

warming because people use so many gas or energy,so ice melting.we need use

less energy and gas.

Before people save the energy after people save the energy.

People use so many people save energy like saving water and sun
Energy so global warming so we save the global warming.
Is coming.

Page 5 
Arctic fox doesn't need hibernate because arctic they have thick fur and short ears and 
legs of molting. Than what about food?they doesn’t hunt any animals because polar 
bear hunt animals(seals) so winter fox eat left over. That’s why arctic fox doesn’t need 


arctic relating to the regions around the North Pole.
molting a vast, flat, treeless Arctic region of Europe, Asia, and
hibernate North America in which the subsoil is permanently frozen.
invasive species (of an animal) shed old feathers, hair, or skin, or an old
shell, to make way for a new growth.
(of an animal or plant) spend the winter in a dormant state.

species that is not native to a specific location (an 
introduced species​), and that has a tendency to 
spread to a degree believed to cause damage to the 
environment, human economy or human health 

Page 7

Works Cited 

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