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Mountain forests 3D Dinopedia
Mountain forests, also known as alpine forests, are ecosystems located in mountainous regions around the world. They possess their unique characteristics and a diversity of flora and fauna.

The biome of mountain forests typically occurs at elevations from 1,000 to 3,500 meters above sea level, but depending on the geographical location, climate, and geology, it can vary.

The climate in mountain forests is characterized by cool summers and cold winters. The forests receive a significant amount of precipitation, both in the form of snow and rain. The weather conditions in mountain forests can be extremely unpredictable and change rapidly.

The flora of mountain forests has a high degree of diversity. Trees growing here are adapted to low temperatures, steep slopes, and infertile soils. During the Jurassic period, mountain forests could be formed by tree ferns (Eboracia) and gymnospermous trees: broadleaf ginkgoales (Phoenicopsis), thin-needled conifers, and very specific plants w...