Emily Hwang, Evelyn Mulchrone
The Taiga is a cold biome famous for its evergreen forests. There are harsh winters and cold summers. Animals and plants must adapt to the cold weather to live in the Taiga.
The latitudes are 50-60 degrees N. It can be found in North America, Europe, Asia, and the southern border of the arctic tundra.
The average temperature is 10 degrees C and 50 degrees F.