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Biology, 25.11.2016 16:36

Which of the following describes how the winter season affects organisms in the tundra biome?

the cold temperatures kill most of the plants.

plants lose their leaves to conserve energy.

the predator to prey ratio increases.

animals not adapted to cold migrate to warmer regions.

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