Examples of tundra in a Sentence
a report on the arctic tundra of Alaska and the polar bears that inhabit that vast, frozen plain
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Adult tundras weigh 15 to 17 pounds and have 6- to 7-foot wingspans.
My thanks for Tom West of the Vikings, and to his friends, for making me feel non-incompetent (which was difficult) on the tundra.
The large, powerful birds breed in summer in the high Arctic tundra and are colored as camouflage for northern winters.
Leave it to Bella Hadid to find a way to infuse a little springtime floral into a winter that’s beginning to feel a little like the Arctic tundra.
The arctic refuge is a vast region of tundra: mosses, sedges and shrubs underlain by permafrost.
One of the lakes in the experiment, known as Fog 1, is a short walk from the Dalton Highway, just past a small crest of green tundra.
Photographer: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg The first mile of the 800-mile Trans-Alaska Pipeline extends across the frozen tundra near the Alyeska Pipeline Services Co. pump station in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, on Feb. 16, 2017.
The snowy owl breeds across the Alaskan and Canadian Arctic on the treeless tundra from the western Aleutians east to Greenland.
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Origin and Etymology of tundra
First Known Use: circa 1841See Words from the same year
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