The Chaparral biome is characterized by regular, naturally occurring fires.
A continental biome is a biome located on land. A biome is a fairly large area of land or sea floor that has the same animal species, vegetation, and climate. An example of a continental biome would be the desert.
The largest LAND BIOME (not the largest biome on Earth) is the taiga.
The marine biome is the largest.
The tropical rainforest biome.
The "Chaparral Biome" is characterized by naturally occurring fires.
A biome is a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat, e.g., forest or tundra.
A biome is any major biological community in a region (such as a rain forest, marshland, desert, etc.) that is characterized by its dominant life forms and climate.
Yes, the word 'biome' is a noun, a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna forming a major habitat; a word for a thing.
The terrestrial region is a biome, and is marked by a large naturally occurring group of plants and animals in a major habitat. An example is the forest or the plains.
A biome refers to a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna that occupy a major habitat. The factors that distinguish one biome from another are: geography, the types of vegetation as well as the inhabitants.
This is known as a biome. To see a map of the various biomes of the world, and to read loads more about biomes, see Answers.com via the Related Link.
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Biomes are the major communities of the world. they are characterized by distinct vegetation and animals. Climate , temperature and rainfall determine to a large extent the biomes of the world. Example: Deserts, Forests, Marine, Rainforests, and Tundra Regions that have distinctive climates and organisms and contain many separate but similar ecosystems.The official definition for the word biome is "a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat, e.g., forest or tundra."
It grows in Big Mushroom biomes, along with giant mushrooms and Mooshrooms. Just like how grass grows on dirt in a regular biome, mycelium forms over dirt in the mushroom biome.
It doesn't 'spread' to anything, but will grow naturally on dirt which is placed in a Large Mushroom biome, like grass grows on it in other biomes.