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Taiga vacation

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Daisy Abuzead

on 15 November 2012

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Taiga Predators
such as Lynx ,wolverines,
and bobcats all live here in the Taiga Biome. Which they hunt herbivores. They do not hunt humans. They know when and when not to get to close to humans. Herbivores .
Predators eat these animals, such as the weasel family, ermine, snowshoe
rabbits, red squirrels, red deer and moose. Weather in A Taiga Forest Taiga Animals Summers are sweet and warm with temperature of 86 degrees Fahrenheit. Taiga Animals Visit us on facebook or twitter! Or At: www.taigavacation.com Winters are nice and cold with temperatures of 20 degrees. Perfect for skiing. Your Taiga Vacation! By: Rachel Grogan, Marianna Gomez, Daisy Abuzead and Michele Harvey ! Where is the Taiga Forest ? The taiga is found throughout the high northern latitudes between the tundra, and the temperate forest, From about 50 degrees north and 70 degrees north but with considerable regional variation. I have a wide base and a narrow spirelike top It can grow to be 40ft to 80ft The Balsam Fir is a small to medium sized native evergreen tree. The branches grow from the trunk at right angles, with the lower branches spreading and drooping to the ground when the tree grows in the open. Plants
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