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 Herbivores of the Taiga?

Answer The taiga, or boreal forest as it is sometimes called, covers the northern regions of North America, Asia and Europe. The largest land biome on earth, they are generally located south of tundras an... Read More »
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Animals of Taiga?

Earth's taiga biome consists of the coniferous trees, or boreal forests in the northern regions of the world; this biome spreads throughout Alaska, northern Canada, Scandinavia and Siberia. The har... Read More »
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Where is the taiga located?

"Taiga" is a Russian word that refers to a type of habitat or biome consisting of sparse forest land in cold-weather northern climates. Taiga is the largest of all biomes, occupying much of norther... Read More »
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Carnivores of the Taiga?

The taiga, also referred to sometimes as the boreal forest, is as well known for its conifer trees as for its diverse carnivores. Though it is the world's largest biome, or type of habitat, summert... Read More »
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What is the average temperature of the taiga?

Taiga, also known as the boreal forest, is located in Canada, Alaska, Sweden, Finland, Norway, and Russia. In winter the average high temperature is 30 degrees, and the average low temperature is -... Read More »
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