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Biome

Location

Climate

Soil

Plants

Animals

Temperate Deciduous Forest

United States – Japan, China, SW Russia, S. America, Chile, Paraguay, New Zealand, Australia

Cold in the winer, warm in the summer. Avg. annual temp: 50 F. Precipitation: 30” to 60” in a year

Oak trees, pine martens, broad leaf maple, live oak

Long-tailed field mouse, earthworms, sparrow, bears, hawk, gray squirrel

Temperate Rainforest

Temperate Grassland

Tropical Rainforest

Near the Equator

(Central America in the Amazon River basin, Madagascar, Zaire, New Guinea, SE Asia: Combodia)

Hot all year around; 200-400 centimeters (80-100 inches) of rain a year

Nutrient-poor

Greatest diversity of any biome; vines, orchids, coffee bean, nutmeg, sugar cane, ferns and a wide variety of trees

More species of insects, reptiles, and amphibians than anyplace else; tiger, red panda, monkeys, other small and large mammals, including in some places elephants, all sorts of colorful birds

Savanna

Desert

Mid-latitudes

(South America – Chile, North America – SW USA, Africa – Asia – Australia)

Generally very hot days, cool nights; precipitation less than 10 inches a year

Poor in animal and plant decay products but often rich in minerals

None to cacti, yuccas, bunch grasses, shrubs and a few trees, Rosemary, Cactus, Gold Poppies

Rodents, snakes, lizard, tortoises, insects and some birds. The Sahara in Africa is home to camels, gazelies, antelopes, small foxes, snakes, lizards and gerbils.

Tundra

High Northern Latitudes (Near the North Pole, Alaska, Canada. Between 55 to 70 degrees)

Very cold, harsh and long winters; short and cool summers; 10-25 centimeters (4-10 inches) of precipitation a year

Nutrient-poor, permafrost layer a few inches down

Grasses, wildflowers, mosses and small shrubs

Musk oxen, migrating caribou, artic foxes, weasels, snowshoe hares, owls, hawks, various rodents and occasional polar bears, deer

Taiga

Mid to High Latitudes

(Canada, Northern Europe, Asia and South of the Tundra)

Very cold winters, cool summers; about 50 centimeters (20 inches) of precipitation a year

Acidic, mineral-poor, decayed pine and spruce needles on surface

Mostly spruce, fir, paper birch, jack pine, and other evergreens

Rodens, snowshoe hares, lynx, sables, ermine, caribou, bears, wolves, birds in summer

Chaparral

United States; west coast, South America: west coast, Africa: Cape Town, Australia: western tip, Mediterranean coast

Very hot and dry, winter: about 50 F,

Summer: about 100 F,

Droughts are very common

Most have small, hard leaves to hold moisture, yucca, sagebrush, blue oak tree, Lebanon cedar, olive tree, mountain mahogany

Cactus wren, gray fox, kit fox, spotted skunk, kangaroo, roadrunner, jack rabbit

Tropical Dry Forest

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