Group 2: Alice, Colton, Dixie, Lawson
1. The taiga is the largest biome.
2. The total yearly precipitation in the taiga is 12-33 inches.
3. During the summer months, the taiga fills up with millions of insects.
4. The taiga is prone to wildfires.
5. Undecayed vegetation builds up the forest floors, making it feel like a sponge.,
1. Life in the taiga can be cold and dreary, or it can be a great place for little animals to play.
2. Snow,cold,and scarcity of food make life very difficult for animals.
3. The ermine is an animal that looks like a weasel and is a highly skilled animal.
4. The largest taiga rodent is the Eurasian beaver.
5. The lynx is recognized by its short tail.
1. Because of the tilt of the earth on its axis, in the taiga you'll find long nights in the winter and long days in the summer.
2. In the winter time the average high is 30 degrees Fahrenheit and low is -65 degrees Fahrenheit.
3. In the summer the average high is 70 degrees Fahrenheit and the low 20 degrees Fahrenheit.
4. The cold winter in the tagia have some snowfall.
5. The average rainfall in inches is 30.
1. There are a few broad leaves in the taiga such as birch, poplar, and aspen.
2. Deciduous trees save energy during the winter.
3. Aspen, birch, and deciduous trees have leaves that turn golden before falling for the winter.
4. Tamarack and a few other species keep their leaves in the winter.
5. A spruce can keep its needles for 15 years.