What is the difference between Mountain region and Polar habitat

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Mountainous regions consists of varied zones of vegetation. The foothills are covered by deciduous forests or woodlands. These forests then rise up to the coniferous forests, which can survive the harsher climatic conditions, i.e, windy and colder conditions. Hardy plants of the alpine meadow are then found above the tree line, where no plants are to be found. This is followed by bare rock, which are capped by a snow. Each vegetation zone is habituated by typical species of various kinds.

On the other hand, the polar habitats are much colder and icy and exists at the two poles of the Earth, i.e.,  North and South poles. Polar regions have very short summers and harsh and long winters. Only animals that are adapted to live there could survibe. For example animals with thick fur, survive there.


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polar regions are more cooler  and are covered with ice and population and vegetation is less and are located near the north pole and south pole of the earth and the adaptations of animals living there are different from that of mountains.mountain region have rich vegetation and medium population and are lacated in fertile regions and are cold .
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diffrence is height
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