Summary: The temperate deciduous forest is a biome found in North America, Europe Canada, China, and Japan. Many of the trees lose their leaves in the winter and grow them back in the spring.
Key Points: The temperate deciduous biome experiences four seasons and many of their trees lose their leaves.
- The soil of deciduous forests is very fertile.
- The deciduous forest has moderate winters and moderate to hot summers.
- The rainfall in this biome averages between 30 to 60 inches each year.
- The temperate deciduous forest is home to a large variety of plants and animals.
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