What is the food chain in the tundra?

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The food chain in the Tundra include caribou, lichen, arctic foxes, snowy owls and man. Each one is connected to each other. For example, man eats polar bears, polar bears eat arctic foxes, arctic foxes eat lemmings and lemmings eat grasses.
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