What animals inhabit the zone of the Arctic Deserts of Russia?
In the Arctic deserts, the animal world is rather scarce - few are able to adapt to these harsh conditions. Of course, everyone knows the formidable predator of the Arctic - the polar bear. Reindeers are also well known, without which it is impossible to imagine the life of the local population. Further in this zone various seals, walruses, sea lions and seal are found. At sea, it is also easy to meet whales, Greenland, blue, saivail and others, as well as narwhal. Well-known handsome foxes, which unfortunately sometimes suffer from savage, polar wolves and polar rodents are lemmings. The musk ox is also found in our Arctic, although their herds roam mainly in Canada. Birds are represented mainly by various species of gulls, guillemots, eider, and predatory polar owl.
ARCTIC DESERT OF RUSSIA
In the Arctic desert of Russia, snow and ice persists year-round.
Only in the warm month of August does the temperature reach 0 degrees.
Glacier-free spaces are shackled with permafrost, frosty wind.
Still, in such a cold and harsh climate animals live there.
Forests and ice arctic deserts inhabited polar bears, reindeer, blue arctic foxes, hares, partridges, lemmings, white owls, eiderflies, kairas, gulls, ravens, and various species of fish.
The Arctic is the northern polar region of our Earth, snowstorms are constantly raging there, fierce frosty winds, frost in the Arctic desert reaches -60 degrees.
In the Arctic desert there is a very harsh climate and even in the warmest winter the maximum temperature there reaches only + 3.
But winter is almost all year round and the air temperature is up to -60 degrees. Not every animal can survive in such climatic conditions, but only specially adapted.
Here are some of them:
Narwhal (marine mammal)