Published on March 7, 2014
DEFINITION Type of biome, mainly with trees that lose their leaves in autnm and winter. It’s also the place where a variety of plants and animals live.
LOCATION EUROPE CHINA CANADA JAPAN USA RUSSIA AUSTRALIA CHILE ARGENTINA NEW ZELAND
MAIN FEATURES: Temperature: Warm summers and cold winters. Reaching 32ºC in summer and freezzing temperatures in winter. Precipitation: Rainning is frecuent. In winter it can be snow
MAIN PLANTS MAPLE TREE OAK BEECH ELM
MAIN ANIMALS SQUIRREL COYOTE RACCOON WOODPECKER
BLACK BEARS WOLF WHITE-TAILED DEER
OTHERS FEATURES: HUMAN EFECTS Because the soil is excellent for agriculture, many forests were cut down long time ago. Many species of trees were also affected because they were valuable for their wood.
THE END BY: ELENA MARTÍNEZ AND BEATRIZ RUYRA
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