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English: The Taiga and Boreal forest is a Terrestrial Biome in the subarctic regions and habitat zones of the earth.
- The term Taiga is primarily used in Europe and Asia, and the term Boreal forest is primarily used in North America.
- The Taiga and Boreal forest biome's ecoregions cover most of subarctic inland Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia (Karelia, Siberia, and Russian Far East), northern Kazakhstan, Canada, Alaska, and the extreme north-central United States and subalpine habitat zones across the higher U.S. mountain ranges.
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