What Is a Major Threat to the Tundra Biome?

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The Tundra Biome is essentially made of frozen bogs that have little vegetation diversity but are very sensitive as habitats in the environment. The major threath to the Tundra Biome habitat is human activities. These include Air pollution and Oil spills among others.
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