Arctic Tundra Herbivores?

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The herbivores that live in the Arctic Tundra are the musk-ox, the caribou, hares, reindeer, porcupines and other migratory animals. The Arctic tundra is located in the Northern Hemisphere. The region is characterized by cold, desert-like conditions.
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