The Taiga is a very large biome; in fact it is the
largest in the world today. It can
be found in south Canada and north Asia and Europe. It also touches the northern part of the U.S such as
Temperatures here make it hard for things to live
easily. In the summer the
temperature ranges 20 degrees Fahrenheit to 80 degrees Fahrenheit.
In winter, however, it ranges from –65
degrees Fahrenheit to -30 degrees Fahrenheit.
There are lots of snow and rain here, but mostly snow.
Animals here are very primitive.
Common animals belong to the deer family such as moose, elk, and regular
deer. Squirrels, geese, bears, lynx
and snowshoe hair are other common animals.
The plants here are conifers.
Conifers have seeds in cones, and are released during forest fires and
other natural disasters. They have shallow roots for absorbing water.
Conifers also usually have needles.
Other than this the plant life is basic and simple.