Tundra Biome Animals Food Chain. The tundra region is the coldest biome existing on earth. In the tundra there are berries.
This food chain is part of a more complex food web involving producers and consumers (herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores). In the tundra there are multiple food chains. Food chains intersect to form food webs.
A simple explanation of the food chain in the tundra region.
It's cover about 10% of the earth's surface. The arctic tundra is located on the northern coasts of north america, asia and europe, while antarctica and some of its islands contain the smaller antarctic tundra. Pikas are eaten by arctic foxes and brown bears. Chinchillas are crepuscular alpine tundra animals that inhabit the andes mountains in south america.