Boreal forest

The Taiga extends right across the northern hemisphere and is 27 percent of the world's forest cover. It is the largest Biome of mainly coniferous forest covering Alaska, Canada, the United States, Norway, Finland, Sweden, most of Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and even Japan.

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56.21935°N, 124.83539°E
The Taiga extends right across the northern hemisphere and is 27 percent of the world's forest cover. It is the largest Biome of mainly coniferous forest covering Alaska, Canada, the United States, Norway, Finland, Sweden, most of Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and even Japan.
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