Taiga Biome Project - Winters are cold, and summers are...

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Taiga By Hal Jwayyed
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Animals of the Taiga American Black Bear
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Bald Eagle
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Bobcat
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Northern Lynx
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Gray Wolf
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Grizzly Bear
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Long-Eared Owl
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Red Fox
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River Otter
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Snowshoe Rabbit
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Wolverine
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Flora and Fauna of Taiga Balsam Fir
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Black Spruce
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Douglas-fir
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Eastern Red Cedar
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Jack Pine
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Paper Birch
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Siberian Spruce
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White Fir
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White Poplar
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White Spruce
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Precipitation  The average precipitation is 40-85 cm.  Most  precipitation comes in the summer unlike the  other biomes. The precipitation is Snowfall.
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Temperature The average temperature is 14-57 degrees F. 
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Unformatted text preview: Winters are cold, and summers are warm in this unusual biome. Video http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=video&cd=1 Interesting Facts The Taiga contains 1/3rd of the planets trees. It contains so much oxygen it refreshes the atmosphere of the entire world. The lynx is one of the rarest spotted animals in the Taiga. Because of cold temperatures, decomposition is slow in the taiga. Dead vegetation will pile up on the forest floor, making a sponge-like covering....
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course BIO 112 taught by Professor Kirkpatrick during the Fall '11 term at Moraine Valley Community College.

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