Tundra Vegetation

We are a group of women from all around the world. We have been brought to this planet to study botany. We have been picked out of thousands of botanist to live on this planet. Our botanists have specialized in rainforest plants. One of the women has worked under the ocean and has knowledge of plants that can live underwater, one is an expert in poisonous plants, and one studies the chemical make-up of the plants.

The permacrest grows in the tundra; it survives because it has thick, deep roots. Although the permacrest isn't edible, it is known to be used in certain herb treatments. The special herb cures frostbite when you wrap the frostbitten part of your body with the herb and leave it there for a day.

The permacrest has a long tall stem, its leaves are purple and yellow. Its roots are covered by two layers, a layer of permafrost and a layer of hard soil. Even though the cold tundra winds blow across the land, the Permacrest survives.

PERMACREST

This is a yodaberg. It is found to have rubber like leaves that help keep its structure. The dark red center attracts the sun more than the lighter colors. This flower's petals are very posionous but the leaves and roots are very edible. If the leaves are eaten, you should mix some herbs from the permacrest with water and heat it until it boils and then drink it until you stop feeling any nausea and the pain is gone.

The yodaberg grows close to the ground so it is somewhat protected from the harsh winds. You can find these plants anywere on the planet. The yodaberg survives by keeping a lot of water in its center. The leaves stretch all across the land. The yodaberg are very common and kind of large.

YODABERG

This plant is a gripbear, its dark berries absorb as much sunlight as possible just like the yodaberg. The berries are hard and attached firmly so that they don't get damaged or blown off the plant. The root spreads out so that they can find water since they don't store water.

These berries are just some that can be eaten by animals or humans. The berry's roots can be dug up and used as herbs to cure headaches. The gripbears are not comon because they usually are covered by the yodaberg or they just don't make it due to the harsh winds.

GRIPBERG

Most of the plants in the Tundra are not poisonous. They supply a lot of food for the animals and people. Most of the plants are low to the ground with full bushy leaves and plenty of berries to eat. Most of the plants are dark deep colors to absorb as much heat as possible. They live almost anywhere and are not hard to find. The plants live year around. Some of the plants live underground.

Our research here has been really great, we have found many new things and have made new discoveries. Our time here has been a great experience for us all.

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