How is a cold environment interdependent?

Interdependence is essential for survival in cold environments. Examples of interdependence in cold environments include:

  • complex food webs are good examples of interdependence in cold environments.
  • indigenous people rely on whales and seals for clothing, food and heating. Fish are a staple part of the diet of indigenous people.
  • plants form dense cushions on the ground to protect them from wind and retain moisture and heat.
  • moss is used for shelter and to provide warmth by Arctic birds.
Interdependence in cold environments

Interdependence in cold environments

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