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Taiga Biome

Summary: The Taiga biome is the type of habitat in certain places, like mountain tops, deserts, and tropical forests, and is determined by the climate of the place. The taiga climate is for the most part dominated by cold artic air. Some of the biotic factors of the Taiga Biome are plants just to name a few: Balsam Fir, Black Spruce, Siberian Spruce, Jack Pine. Balsam Fir found in the northeastern North America from Virginia to Newfoundland.
TAIGA

Temperatures

Low High

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 forests, and is determined by the climate of the place. The taiga climate is for the most part dominated by cold artic air. Summers are rainy, warm and humid. Total yearly precipitation is 12- 33 inches (30- 85 centimeters). Most of the precipitation comes in the summer months. The taiga is prone to wildfires. Many trees have adapted to this by growing thick bark, which can protect a tree from a little fire. During the summer months, the taiga fills up with millions of insects. Birds, who eat insects, migrate every year for the extended food supply. The taiga has fewer plant and animal species than tropical, temperate, or temperate deciduous forests.

Some of the Abiotic factors are Solar Radiation (Sunlight...

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