What Is the Human Population of the Tundra?

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Human population in Tundra is about 100, 000. The area is unfavourable environment for human settlement and farming and thus people live a nomadic lifestyle. This population is made up of Eskimos, Lapps of Scandinavia, the Samoyeds of Siberia, the Yakuts, the Koryaks and Chickchis.
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