The deciduous forest is a type of biome found throughout the eastern portion of North America, the middle of Europe and in some parts of Asia. The average deciduous forest experiences between 30 and 60 inches of annual r... More »

Temperate forests can be found in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres, located between about 25 and 50 degrees in latitude. These forests are prevalent in eastern North America, western and central Europe and nort... More »

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One fact about forests is that they occupy approximately one-third of Earth's land area. Forests are complex ecosystems where many different types of plant and animal species coexist. While there are different types of f... More »

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Deciduous forests describe the primary type of forest found in eastern North America and China, Europe, Japan and parts of South America. These locations constitute many different kinds of people and a large portion of t... More »

The red fox is a mammal in the class Carnivora and the family Canidae (along with other foxes), and it lives throughout much of North America, most all of Europe and Asia and parts of Africa. The species also entered the... More »

Different species of lynx live in many parts of the forested northern regions of North America, Europe and Asia. This elusive cat has long, pointed ears and a short, stubby tail, much like its close relative, the bobcat.... More »

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Gray wolves are the largest canines and once ranged over much of the Northern Hemisphere, although they are now limited to parts of North America, Asia and Europe. They are also highly social animals, living and hunting ... More »