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what biome is characterized by its layer of permafrost? a. ponds and lakes, b. cold desert, c. artic tundra, d. boreal forest
The biome characterized by its layer of permafrost is c. Arctic tundra.
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User: what biome is characterized by its layer of permafrost? a. ponds and lakes, b. cold desert, c. artic tundra, d. boreal forest

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The biome characterized by its layer of permafrost is c. Arctic tundra.
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