Taiga

One of earths coldest biomes

The Taiga

The Taiga may not seem interesting at first glance but more lies there than you can imagine. The Taigas average temperature is -4 F during winter during summer it is 50-80 F.

It rains or snows 15-20 inches per a year in the Taiga on average. The animals in the Taiga have adapted to have longer hair or thicker fur. The plants have to be able to survive on a soil called spodosols that lacked vital nutrients for the plant

Abiotic and biotic factors in Taiga

Some abiotic factors are the temperature, soil and the sun. Some biotic factors are evergreens, spruce trees and the species of bears.

How do humans help/harm the taiga and cool fact

Taiga

Food web

Links

WWW.untamedscience.com/biology/biomes/taiga

Taigamallory.weebly.com/animal-life.html

www.knowswhy.com/why-is-the-taiga-important/

Taigabiomean.weebly.com/human-interference.html