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Tundra vegetation
The tundra vegetation is composed of nearly 2,000 plant species, mainly mosses, sedges, flowering plants and grasses with shallow root systems which have adapted to the short summer growing season, the violent winds, the low temperatures, the lack of humidity and the poor in nutrients acidic and thin soils. This fairly short vegetation survives winter thanks to the insulating snow cover which protects it from the cold.
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