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Definition of biome Biome-a major ecosystem made up of many habits.
The types of biomes 1.Taiga 2.Taundra 3.Decideous forest 3.Tropical rain forest 4.Desert 5.Grrass lands
taiga Climate temps-cold,hot, warm Plants and animals-moose,conidian gees,bald eagles etc… Makes it special- largest biome
tundra Climate temps-cold Plant and animals-caribou, polar bears, reindeers, dwarf like plants. Makes it special-the sun rarely seen fall,winter.
Decideous forest Climate temps-hot, warm, cold Plants and animals-foxes, bobcat,song birds,etc… Makes it special-4 seasons.
Tropical rain forest Climate temp-warm, humid, heavy rains. Plants and animals-leperds, toucan, monkeys, etc… Makes it special-producers 3 layers.
desert Climate temps-hot very dry Plants and animals-lizard, iguanas, cactus, beetles, jackals etc… Makes it special-10inches rain.
grasslands Climate temps-moderate temperature Plants and animals-rhino, lion, cozell, etc… Makes it special-rain fall light.
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