Translation of tundra in Spanish:

tundra

tundra, n.

Pronunciation /ˈtʌndrə//ˈtəndrə/

noun

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    tundra feminine
    • Bovids are found in a wide variety of habitats, from arctic tundras to deep tropical forests.
    • There isn't a single tree in the Arctic tundra, but it is home to some of the most amazing migratory wildlife in the brief arctic summer.
    • The peregrine falcon can fly all the way from the Alaska tundra to the prairies of central Argentina.
    • Glaciers cover much of the wild interior; the rolling tundra glows with delicate Arctic flowers.
    • For more than two centuries, mammoth remains have been turning up in the Russian tundra above the Arctic Circle.
    • In North America, the Arctic tundra is expected to retreat northwards and be replaced by forest.
    • There wasn't a cloud in the sky, making the snow that blanketed the vast tundra nearly blinding.
    • Except on portions of the coastal plain, the Alaskan tundra generally has few lakes.
    • Ruffs breed in sub-Arctic and Arctic tundra meadows in northern Europe and Siberia.
    • Millions of snow geese are mining the fragile tundra in the central and eastern Arctic.
    • The tundra and vast expanse of snowy waste is used for decorative backdrops, like the mountains of Afghanistan.
    • Alaska's glaciers coexist with flowering tundras that bloom in the arctic summer.
    • North Asia is an arctic tundra, not a recommended neighborhood to live in, in the winter time.
    • Your facilities in the frozen tundra of the Arctic circle can't be a lot better than what we've got at Barrowfield.
    • It is situated on the ground, on grass clumps or hummocks in the open tundra.
    • We usually arrived at the end of May, when the treeless tundra was still covered with snow.
    • A river cuts across the tundra, meeting the fjord at a silty delta.
    • Reindeer herding depends on unbroken tundras and undisturbed vegetation.
    • Snow Geese nest colonially in the Arctic tundra within five miles of the coast.
    • They may be able to pinpoint with some accuracy the area where the glaciers stop and the tundra begins.