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Siberian Taiga

After the Russian word for forest, the Siberian Taiga is an ecoregion in the largest biome in the world. Spanning over 1,505,700 square miles, the Siberian Taiga is remarkably biodiverse, with over 2,300 species of plants alone despite harsh growth conditions.


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