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Taiga

The Coniferous Forest, Spruce Moose Biome

QuestionAnswer
Resin Sticky tree sap
Boreal northern
Conifer A cone bearing tree
Herbivore plant eater
Extinct A species that no longer exists.
Scavenger eats dead animals
Decomposer Bacteria, fungi, and / or algae that helps decaying things give nutrients back to the soil.
Omnivore eats plants or animals
Carnivore eats meat
Camouflage behavior or covering designed to deceive or hide
Bacteria Microscopic one-celled living things found almost everywhere.
Bog A patch of spongy, soggy ground
Cone Scales Small, overlapping parts of a cone such as a pinecone
Fungi Living things, such as mushrooms, and molds, that get their food by breaking down dead plant and animal matter
Lichens Small, crusty living things made up of fungi and algae growing together
Marsh An area of wet, low-lying land near a pond or lake
Adaptation a body part or behavior that helps an organism survive in its environment.
Environment all the living and non living surrounding an organism.
organism any living thing; plant or animal.
Created by: twaltner