What Are the Adaptations of the Arctic Moss?

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The arctic moss has many adaptations. One adaptation is that it grows in the freshwater arctic lakes. It stores nutrients during the time it is not growing so it can produce new leaves quickly in the spring. It can also grow under water as well.
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