The Hudson Bay and Arctic lowlands
Do you like seeing animals? The Hudson Bay lowlands have animal like shorebirds and snow geese large mammals include polar bears and wolverines. The Arctic lowlands also have animals like polar bears, char, Arctic hares and Arctic foxes.
The Hudson Bay lowland is a very flat, low area and is covered by swampy forest. The Hudson Bay lowland has layers of sedimentary rock that rest on top of the ancient rock of the shield. The arctic lowlands are made up of series of islands located in Canada’s far north and are made up of series of islands located in Canada’s far north. The lowlands are made up of series of islands located in Canada’s far north and it usually stays frozen for most of the year however the Paleozoic sedimentary rock from which the landforms was form contains lignite a poor quality of coal. The Hudson Bay Lowlands formed at the end of the last ice age when the glaciers that were on top of the land scraped some of the earth making lowlands in Canada. They are made up of a series of islands located in Canada's far north however, the…show more content… In the winter it freezes over again, bringing freezing temperatures and winds. The Hudson Bay lowlands are really cold in the winter and really warm in the winter.It is usually really muddy and wet This is a region of tundra, a treeless Plain, with a cold, dry climate and poorly drained soil really cold throughout the year and usually stay frozen. The Hudson Bay lowland is famous for its polar bears. Polar bears are pretty unique here they would construct summer dens to cool off. Some are more than six meters deep and have probably been using this for a really long time about