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Biomes Terrestrial biomes. Aquatic biomes.
a) Terrestrial biomes 1-Tundra. 2-Taiga (Boreal Forest). 3-Temperate deciduous Forests. 4-Tropical Rain Forests. 5-Grasslands. 6-Deserts.
1-Tundra Treeless. Short summer. Under- story is frozen.
Caribou, an animal characteristic of the tundra
2-Taiga (Boreal Forest) Below tundra. Contain evergreen coniferous trees
3-Temperate deciduous Forests Trees shed their leaves
4-Tropical Rain Forests High temp. Rainfall.
5-Grasslands Less rainfall. Trees are unable to develop. Most of plants are grassy. Serve as food for grazing animals.
6-Deserts Driest. Days are hot. Nights are cold. Cactus and others are adapted to conserve water.
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