World Biomes. Brought to you by planet Earth. Taiga or Boreal Forest. Taiga/Boreal Forest. Siberian Spruce: trunk can be 1.5meters in diameter and grow up to 30 neters high. May look like a pyramid. They grow in the Siberian Taiga where summers reach 100 and winters below negative 80. .
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Siberian Spruce: trunk can be 1.5meters in diameter and grow up to 30 neters high. May look like a pyramid. They grow in the Siberian Taiga where summers reach 100 and winters below negative 80.
Balsam Fir: often used as Christmas tree or log cabin material.
Paper Birch: also called Canoe Birch due to Native Americans use to build canoes.
Wolverine: 47 lb, largest member of the weasel family, it can bite through frozen meat
Lady Fern: grows in deciduous and taiga forest. Lacy leaves about 24” long. Grizzly bears eat them!
Carpet Moss: a simple and rootless evergreen plant.
Pecan Tree: humid climates, state tree of Texas, grows to 180 feet. Native Americans would eat pecans store the nuts to survive winter time. The tree is used for furniture, cabinets, benches, etc.
Tawny Milkcap Mushroom: edible
Tualang: 250’ high, Asia, supports bees, branches do not start until 100’ up.
Bengal Bamboo: SE Asia, 40-100 degrees, grows 40-80 feet tall, lives 25-40 years. Reduces soil erosion.
Jambu: small crisp and mildly sweet fruits. S India and E Malaya. 10-20’ high, monkeys eat the fruit.
Coconut Tree: grow 50-100’, leaves 15-17’ long, 50 nuts per tree, it has shallow roots.