Taiga is a Russian word used to describe the subarctic evergreen forest of Siberia and other similar forest regions around the world. Characterized by long, cold winters and short, wet summers, ...
Taiga is a generic term for a type of conifer-dominated boreal forest found in northern environments. The word was first used to describe dense forests of spruce (especially Picea abies) in nort...
Winter -65 30 (F)
-54 -1 (C)
Summer 20 70 (F)
-7 21 (C)
The Taiga biome is the type of habitat in certain places, like mountain tops, deserts, and tropical fore...