The Taiga is in the north part of the world. It is below the tundra biome, and is mostly located in Canada, and Russia. The Winters are cold and with only snowfall, and the summers are humid with rainfall. For about half the year the temperature is always below freezing, and the temperatures -65 degrees to 30 degrees F. In the summer it can be from 20 degrees F to 70 degrees F. The average rainfall of the Taiga is 12-33 inches. Some of the animals include: Black bear, bald eagle, bobcat, Lynx, Gray Wolf, Wolverine Red Fox, River Otter Grizzly Bear, Long-Eared Owl, and the Snowshoe Rabbit. Some of the main plants include: Balsam Fir, Black Spruce, Douglas-fir, Easter Red Cedar, Jack Pine, Paper Birch, Siberian Spruce, White Fir, White Poplar, and the White Spruce. A national park in America is Yosemite, and in Russia a park is Kutsa.
A climatogram shows the temperature, precipitation, and other climates. They are useful because you can see, and compare them to other climates and biomes, and see how they differ. Some abiotic factors of the Taiga are: heavy snowfall, poor soils, extreme variations of temperature. Some organisms adapt by hibernating, having long fur, changing the color of their fur, like the snowshoe hare, animals also migrate. Plants adapt to the climate by never shedding their leaves in the winter. Some plants wait to go through photosynthesis until the temperature gets warmer.