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Why is a tundra considered a desert? A. dry cold weather B. plenty of flora C. temperature D. lack of water
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User: Why is a tundra considered a desert? A. dry cold weather B. plenty of flora C. temperature D. lack of water

Weegy: Why is a tundra considered a desert? A. dry cold weather .
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A tundra considered a desert because of lack of water.
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