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Describe the overall range of the Taiga forest. Answer should include geographical area that the taiga is found.

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range as in how far the forest spreads out, right?
Yea i think so, as well the range of the biome on the world map i guess, like in degrees north. That would be about 50°N to 70°N then. Check the attachement \(\Huge\ddot\smile\)
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Well, taiga is located between 50 degrees latitude north and the Arctic circle.

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I'm trying to find the range c:
south of the tundra and to the north of deciduous forests and grasslands?
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