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Transcript of Taiga Biome
Taiga biome By: Sawyer Jessira Zachery
The southern part of the taiga biome has a big population but the northern part of the biome is unpopulated. The taiga in North America has a lot of perspiration and lots of bogs and lakes. The soil in the North American taiga in not rich and is low in nutrients and high in acid. The taiga is rocky and covered leaf matter. The taiga is also known as the boreal forest.
Some animals in the taiga are bobcats, bald eagle, gray wolves, an moose and many others.
The taiga also has many plants such as balsam fir, black spruce, jack pine, and many more most of the plants die in the winter.
There is more we will show on the document camera.
We have been talking about what good things the taiga gives. However there are some isuss in the taiga for example deforestation (lack of trees) this problem happens in many forest all over the world. Another problem is wild fires, there is a pro and a con when it comes to wild fires. The pro is that it creats a whole new generation of plants. The con is that that in kills life that was there before the fire.
Living in the taiga in the winter can be cold and lonely. Coldness and lack of food can make things very difficult and frustrating ecspecially in the winter. Some of the animals in the taiga hibernate, some fly south, and others can live or adapt to the cold, snowy, harsh weather. The taiga is located 50 degrees latitude north and in the artic circle.
Long Leaf Pine
There are many endangered plants located in
the Taiga biome, some of these plants include:
Lady's Slipper Orchid
Newfoundland Pine Marten
Siberian Dwarf Pine
The taiga is the Russian word for forest. It is the largest biome on earth. It extends across a large part of Canada, Europe and Asia.