anonymous
  • anonymous
Which biome covers the largest part of earth?
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Clalgee
  • Clalgee
This is a great question my friend. Believe it or not, but the, "Ocean Biome" covers 75% of Earth. The Ocean Biome is also one of the oldest Biome of them all, therefore this is the largest Biome. Now, the taiga biome is the largest terrestrial biome (land biome). It's located right below the tundra biome and is found in Europe, North America, and Asia. Hope I was of any help! Good luck!
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@clalgee Please stop giving direct answers. In the end you only hurt the person asking. It skips the learning process and decreases the chances that a student can apply previously learned material to new material in a manner to get a logical answer. @Everrett 75% is close, but it ~72%.

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anonymous
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yeah man ocean is like hugeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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