In details

Taiga


Also called coniferous forest or boreal forest. It is located in northern Alaska, Canada, southern Greenland, part of Norway, Sweden, Finland and Siberia.

Departing from the Tundra, as you move south, the favorable season is longer and the climate milder. As a result, the vegetation is richer and the Taiga emerges.

In Taiga, firs and pines form a dense cover, preventing the soil from receiving intense light. Undergrowth is poorly represented. The growing period lasts 3 months and the rains are few.
The animals are represented by birds, elk, wolves, mink, bobcats, rodents etc.