Here the animals in the Taiga


  • American Black Bear
  • Bald Eagle
  • Bobcat
  • Northern Lynx
  • Gray Wolf
  • Grizzly Bear
  • Long-Eared Owl
  • Red Fox
  • River Otter
  • Snowshoe Rabbit
  • Wolverine
  • Mice
  • Moles
  • Badger
  • Beavers
  • Reindeer
  • Squirrels
3 Omnivores: American Black Bear, Grizzly Bear, River Otter, Wolverine
3 Carnivores: Bald Eagle, Bobcat, Northern Lynx,Gray Wolf, Long-eared Owl, Red Fox
3 Herbivores: Snowshoe Rabbit, Mice, and Reindeer

Secondary Consumer
Primary consumer

The other Food Chain.

Secondary Consumer
Primary consumer

A tree is a biotic factor that provides shelter for birds of all kind. It also provides food for birds and other tree climbing animals such as squirrles.A cave is an abiotic factor and provides shelter for Bears and wolfs. Beavers live in made homes using trees that are biotic and rocks that are abiotic. Mice and other small animals live in little borrows in the ground. That is abiotic. Reindeer live in tall grass and in the shade of trees and this is biotic.

Many of these animals in the taiga have thick fur so that they don't get to cold in the winter. When it is summer they shed so that they don't get over heated during the summer. Bobcats have sharp claws and teeth. They also camoflage into their sorondings so thet theire pretadors do not see them. A lynx is a sly creather and has padding so thet in the snow it can be quite when stalking prey. Some types of adaptations in the animals are migration, heavier coats of fur, and some change color, such as the snow-shoe rabbit. Mice and moles live in tunnels under the snow. Bears, badger, beavers, reindeer, foxes, wolverine and squirrels.
The Taiga Biome is populated with special animals that all have techniques of keeping warm and dry or away from the harsh coldness of the Taiga.
The Taigs biome has animals with techniuques of keeping warm and dry from the harsh cooldness in the Taiga.

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