Largest Forest in the World – Taiga in Russia

Taiga Forest

Taiga Forest

Taiga in Russia is the largest forest in the world. It accounts for one fifth of the total forested area in the world. It is one of the largest terrestrial ecosystems in the world. It stands as an excellent example of how nature strives through different weather conditions.

The Word “Taiga” means coniferous forest in Turkish language. Taiga forests are the oldest, largest and snowiest type of land terror. The width of Taiga reaches thousands of kilometers. Most part of the forest is located in Northern Russia, especially in Siberia. The temperatures in this region vary significantly in winter and summer.

Winters last up to six months. Minus 50 degree Celsius is normal here. The Taiga forest plays a vital role in producing a large amount of oxygen in the world.

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