Taiga 3D Dinopedia
The taiga, also known as boreal forests, is a unique biome characterized by the presence of dense forests, primarily composed of coniferous trees. Typically, the taiga extends in moderately cold climate conditions, north of mixed-type forests. The terrain where the taiga forms is often uneven, with hills, lakes, rivers, and swamps (sometimes peat).

During the Jurassic period, you could find Araucaria, Brachyphyllum, and Agathoxylon in the taiga. These trees adapted to the cold climate conditions, having needle-like leaves that helped them cope with long winters and a lack of moisture. In the taiga, you can also find a wide range of other plant species, such as lichens, mosses, and ferns.

At the beginning of the Jurassic period, the taiga was widespread in the north (polar latitudes of Eurasia) and the south of Pangea (northern Antarctica). By the end of the Jurassic period, cooling had altered the picture. The taiga was prevalent in the north of North America, on northern islands...
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