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What kind of trees are in a Taiga?


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2012-09-24 14:14:11
2012-09-24 14:14:11

Softwood trees like pine which have spiky needles.

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You will find cedar trees and other conifers there.

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Yes.Every side of a taiga it has a lot.

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