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Animals
of the Tiaga
Some animals include...
-the Mink
-the lynx
- Black bear
-Squirles
The mink
Scientific name:Mustella
Food type:Carnivoures
Adaptations:It has webbed feet, Its fur is water proof.
There are 2 types of minks
-American Minks
-European Minks
Plants in a taiga biome.
Its closely related to the Polecat/Skunk
The Lynx
Examples of plants:
1. Black Spruce: It can become a very tall tree.They an grow up to 25 meters in height.
2. White fir: This tree is also known a the silver fir. It can grow up to 100 feet. This tree also gets very old. As old as 200 years!!!.
3. Jack Pine: Grows up to 32 feet. As Jack Pines get bigger they get rounder. The older this tree gets the grayer its leaves turn.
Scientific name: Felis Lynx
Food type: Carnivore
Adaptations: Has fur, Natural snow-shoes, good senses.
Introduction
Continuing.....
4. Paper Birch: This tree has thin bark that peels horizontal. It can grow fairly tall up to 80 feet.
5. White Polar: They don't live very long. They have light and soft wood. Their wood is a very light color.
The word Taiga originates from a Russian
word that was originally used to describe
the dense woodlands of spruce. Climatic conditions
of the taigas are cool and wet.
However, the winters tend to be long
and severe with up to 6 months
of the year having daily temperatures below freezing.
Its an endangered species
It hunts at night
Jack Pine
Black Spruce
Habitat Description
White fir
Paper birch
white polar
Scientific name:ursus americanus
Food type:Omnivore
Adaptations:Has warm fur, can climb tree's.

the black bear
Adaption of the Black Spruce
To do
-When; 08/16/14 - 08/17/14
-Name: Waconia Area: 3,080 acres Minneapolis, MA
-Classes: 8:00am-5:00pm
-Classes cost $20 per person
-Drill: $300-$550 Rod: $40 Line: $10 Bait: $3
Coldness and food shortages make things very
difficult mostly in the winter. Some of the animals in the taiga hibernate in the winters, some fly south,
and some just cooperate with the environment.
The adaptations of the Black Spruce is. Its needles have grown to shed snow. They also adapted to retain heat. Also their roots have become shorter. They also have shorter needles.
Mother bears will attack anything the think is a threat.
Precipitation
-Snow: about 20-40 (50.8-101.6cm) inches during winter
-Rain:10-20 inches (25.4-50.8cm) of rain during summer
-Annual precipitation is about 250-300mm
Temperature
-Winter minimum: -70 F
-Winter maximum: 76 F
-Summer minimum: 65 F
-Summer maximum: 104 F
-Very windy
-Life has to adapt to temperature varieties
Black bears can run up to 25 MPH.
The Squirrel
Adaptions of the evergreen trees in the taiga biome
Most trees have changed their shape, leaf type. Also their roots system and color. They don't loose their leafs in the winter. Another thing is that leafs change. They changed so that in the winter. They attract moisture so the tree can drink.
Scientific name:Sciuridae
Food type: Hebivore
Adaptations: Teeth sharp for cracking nuts for food
Location
Squirrels live almost every where except the artic, and other cold places
Things to do in a Taiga biome
Something you could do in a taiga biome is. Go HIKING!!! here is some info on hiking:
-Cost: Free
-Where: Wrungell-St. Elias National Park
-Who: Whole family (best if everyone can walk)
-when: anytime but best in March-June and August-November

Link Doc.
http://en.climate-data.org
location/603916/
Questions
1. What is the taiga’s winter average?
2. Why is the soil poor?
Facts
1. Fires are common; get rid of dead trees
2. Not much plant varieties

They are part of the weasel family
Linked Document
Question time!
Interesting Facts
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/arborday/papertree/
What to do with animals
Fact 1: Evergreen trees leafs have chemicals in them. these chemicals repel animals. So they don't get eaten.
Fact 2: Its illegal to plant white polar trees near roads. This is a law because they clog up sewers.
2 Question
What:Hunting
how:Fly to Finland
When:Aug-March
Where:Finland
Why: for fun.
Who: YOU( and anyone you want to come, with permission of your parents.)


Q 1: How do evergreen trees get water in the winter?
Q 2: What is another name for the white fir?
Soil
-Very poor due to low temperatures
-Moss and leaves take a while to decompose
-Limits organic contribution
2 interesting facts
To learn more about the Taiga biomes animals, go to
Taiga is a Russian word for forest

Taiga is the home of the needle leaf forest
Where does the word taiga originate from?

What do the animals do during winter?
http://www.eniscuola.net/en/argomento/taiga/taiga-biome/animals-of-the-taiga/
questions
Work Cited:
Works Cited
"Earth Floor: Biomes." Earth Floor: Biomes. Web. 17 Sept. 2014.
"Easy Park Hikes – Boreal Forest Trail at Wrangell-St. Elias National Park." Commentary, News and Life in America's National Parks. Web. 22 Sept. 2014.
"Taiga Plants." Taiga Plants. Web. 17 Sept. 2014.
"What Are Black Spruce Trees Adaptation?" Answers. Answers Corporation. Web. 17 Sept. 2014.
"What Are Black Spruce Trees Adaptation?" Answers. Answers Corporation. Web. 17 Sept. 2014.
Poems about TaigaEdit." Taiga Poems, Poems about Taiga. N.p., n.d. Web. 29 Sept. 2014
"The Boreal Forest Biome: Taiga Biome." The Boreal Forest Biome: Taiga Biome. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Sept. 2014.
"Soil." Taiga. N.p., n.d. Web. 22 Sept. 2014
"Taiga Climate." Taiga Climate. N.p., n.d. Web. 23 Sept. 2014
"Taiga Biomes." Taiga Biomes. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Sept. 2014.
"Things to Do in the Taiga." Travel Tips. N.p., n.d. Web. 19 Sept. 2014.
link document
http://www.encyclopedia.com/topic/taiga.aspx
1.Which of these animals is a Omnivore
2.What is one of the minks adaptations?
3. Where DON'T squirrels live
BONUS
Which of these species is endangered
To Do
What: ice fishing

when: Tuesdays and Thursdays

How much it costs: 20 dollars per person

you can take classes and the supply costs extra
Thank you for listening!
Linked document
http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/taiga.htm
Climate
Student Created Art
By: Fiona Matthee
Elk trek through the taiga floor
Migrating Birds
Summertime Insects
Hawk Owls swooping through trees

Short Autumn
Quick Spring
Long and cold Winters
Long and humid Summers

Lichens
Moss
Evergreens
All located in taiga
More Resources
Resources
The forces of the Taiga are ruled by the spirit of fangs. Roars from within. The hunter approaches. A ghost of ancient lineage and power that can harry the mind into fearing even the silence. Run as long as you may. The hunter can hear your burdened breath. Hide where you will. The hunter can smell your weary hearts current. Fight the torment as fiercely as you wish. The hunter can see your true face. Nearer. . . nearer. . . and yet nearer still. A cry form the forest is heard. The phantom has killed again. Innocence, extinguished with the fall of teeth and claws. A life exists no longer in the Taiga. Only the adept may claim the spoils of the fridgid waste.
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