By : DeAnna Coleman
Where Dey At Tho ?
The Earth's large forests of conifers extend mostly over the Northern Hemisphere, across North America, Europe and Asia. Coniferous forests are located south of the Tundra, but north of the Temperate Deciduous forests and Temperate Grasslands.
The Forest The Forest The Forest On Fire .!
Some Areas Of The Forest Catch Fire. Likee.
Fire Is Important to burn away dead plants , trees and tree parts
After fire , nutrients are left
Construction workers are also just tearing the forest down .
Sadly He/She Gone Have To Find A New Home.
It Will Rain Just Not A lot
Conifer Forest Have A LOW Precipitation ,
300mm To About 635mm *
More Little Facts .
Average Annual Rainfall- 14-29.5 in.
Average Temperatures in the Summer- 57.2°F
Average Temperatures in the Winter- 14°F
The Coniferous Forest is a forest of Conifers (too much to handle, isn't it?). A Conifer is a tree that produces its seeds in cones. The Pine tree is the most common example. Conifer leaves conserve water with the thick, waxy layer that covers their leaves, also known as needles. The vegitation in the Coniferous forest is small in size, but large enough to feed the vast herbivore population. Most of these animals survive the brutal winters by migrating or hibernating.
- The Largest Coniferous forest exists in a ring in Alaska, Canada, Northern Europe and Asia in a ring in the northern hemisphere. The forest is called "Taiga"
- he coniferous forest was named after the conifer tree that produces seeds and cones.
Most great horned owls are brown or white to blend into the trees
- The main source of food in the coniferous forest is the seeds produced by the conifer trees
I Got A Question .
Did You Know ?
Trees are tall and narrow, so snow will slide off the branches without breaking them Hmmm ?
Did You Know ?
Most precipitation in the Coniferous forest arrives as rain in summer. The average yearly precipitation is 12 to 33 inches. Hmmm ?
Did You Know
Coniferous forests are cold and covered with snow for most of the year - usually from October to May.