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Literally, millions. 63% of the Mexican territory - almost two times the size of Texas - is covered by forests of many kinds, including scrub forests (arid climate), boreal, temperate and subtropical highland forests (temperate climate) and tropical rainforests (warm climate).
forest land and trees on it .in the forest you can find different kinds of plants,trees,and flowers.In the forest you can also find animals ..basta ewan .im just asking here ehh!!
your mom does ^^ who ever wrote this is not cool ^^ i agree with who ever wrote the second comment . this is not a joke , its for information . so screw you :/ you coulda helped me with my homework but did you . . . no becos you decided to make it a joke . next time . . . think before you act and go back to preschool / kindergarden becos that's where they taught you that . So here is the reall answerr --------- - Some plants in the boreal forests aare - black spruce , paper birch , quaking aspen , red pine , tamarack , white cedar , white pine . Hope I helped you instead of that imature idiot . ;)
forests have a lot of trees plants and animals.
It's plants, animals, and weather makes it unique
Trees bark thickens to protect them from cold of winter
same plants we have
An evergreen forest is a forest consisting entirely or mainly of evergreen trees that retain green foliage all year round. Such forests reign the tropics primarily as broadleaf evergreens, and in temperate and boreal latitudes primarily as coniferous evergreens.
Yes, they are usually found in damp areas and in ditches.
The organisms need plants, algae and bacteria for their nourishment. This ensures their survival.
trees and bushes and well mostly green plants