Marine West Coast
Marine West Coast Biome
marine west coast definition
The marine west coast climate is a biome characteristic of being located mid-way between the tropics and arctic or antarctic regions of the world, most often between 35 and 60 degrees north. This climate's major characteristics are mild summers and winters and abundant annual precipitation. This ecosystem is highly influenced by its proximity to the coast and to mountains. It is sometimes known as the humid west coast climate or the oceanic climate. In additional to coastal plains and mountains, this type of climate is often characterized by glacial valleys and fjords.
They use houses that are off the ground so if it floods they don't have to worry
They eat like us the eat hamburgers, ribs, mcdonalds, sonic, and chilies ect.
they have the same jobs as us there is no limit. but the most popular would be fishing