Longitude and Latitude of the Tundra?

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The Tundra is an area that includes Greenland, parts of Alaska, northern Canada and northern Russia. The latitude of this range is 75 to 60 degrees north. The Longitude of the Tundra is 156 degrees west, in Barrow, Alaska.
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