Where is the tundra?

Tundra lies to the north of coniferous forests, its borders can be roughly polar circle. Tundra occupies a huge area of ​​approximately 25 million square kilometers - from Alaska through Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Northern Norway, Sweden and further along the Arctic coast of Siberia. In Antarctica, such natural conditions exist only on a small peninsula that extends towards the South American continent.

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