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Unit 3 - Geography

Biome(Taiga)

TermDefinition
biome an area that has a particular type of weather where certain animals and plants live
adapt change to suit one's environment
aquatic living in water
grassland a large area covered with wild grass
tundra a large flat area without trees in very cold parts of the world
boreal refering to the climate and region of the Arctic
pine a type of evergreen tree with leaves like needles
fir an evergreen tree that we usually decorate at Christmas
seed a small hard part of a plant from which a new plant grows
cone the dry fruit of a pine or fir tree
needle the pointy leaf of a pine or fir tree
grizzly bear a large brown bear
racoon a small animal with gey fur and a striped tail
hibernate sleep through the winter
woodpecker a small bird that lives in trees and makes holes in wood to find food
migrate move from one par of the world to aanother because of the season
temperate with mild temperatures
oak a type of large tree with very hard wood used for making furniture
maple a tree with distinctive leaves that have five points
deer an animal that lives in forests and has got long legs and horns
coyote a wild animal similar to a dog
population the number of people or animals that live in an area
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