What If There Were No Lemmings?

What If There Were No Lemmings?

A Book About the Tundra Ecosystem

Book - 2010
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The tundra ecosystem is vast, covering a large part of the far north. Countless animals and plants live there. So what difference could the loss of one animal species make? Follow the chain reaction, and discover how important lemmings are.
Publisher: Mankato, Minn. : Picture Window ; Perth : Roundabout [distributor], 2010
ISBN: 9781404863965
1404863966
Branch Call Number: Ju 577.586 SLA
Additional Contributors: Schwartz, Carol 1954-

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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 11, 2014

interesting book about an animal I have not read a lot about before

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6semkereaders
Oct 13, 2012

Suzanne Slade uses simple, large text descriptions with beautiful illustrations to describe the various animals who live in or migrate to the arctic tundra and the complicated food web involving the arctic lemmings.

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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 11, 2014

orange_dolphin_185 thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 11, 2014

this book is about lemmings and what would happen to the food chain if lemmings became extinct Animals living in the Tundra would die.

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orange_dolphin_185 Jul 11, 2014

lemmings are true cold weather survivors.

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