What is the climate of freshwater biomes?


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Freshwater biomes often have warmer and wetter climates. The temperatures in freshwater biomes vary greatly depending on the area.

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On average, freshwater biomes see temperatures of 51 degrees Fahrenheit to over 100 degrees Fahrenheit. Freshwater biomes are found all over the world except in the Antarctic. Due to the wet and warm weather in the biomes, they are home to a large array of plant and animal life. They are also home to many bird, reptiles and insect species. Another type of wetland is a saltwater biome. This type is also found all over the world and is home to many species of plants and animals.

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