Alpine Tundra Food Chain?

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The primary food chain in the Alpine Tundra starts with lemmings and caribous. These are herbivores which eats moss and lichen. The second chain, are bears which are omnivores and the third chain are the wolfs which are carnivores.
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Lichens - Elk - Snow Leopards - Fungi. Producers Primary Secondary Decomposers(Can't think of tertiary consumer)
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I couldn't find a food chain that was already made, but
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The food chain varies with the seasons. In the winter many animals have migrated to less harsh environments, while others might even hibernate. See this link. http://www.cotf.edu/
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