Recent Examples of taiga from the Web
Putin spent two days in the remote region of Tuva, southern Siberia, accompanied by Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, going hiking in the taiga and riding rafts and motor boats on a mountain lake, Peskov said.
Several women, with heavy coats, heads covered in hats and scarves, stand at the edge of a forest, or maybe the taiga.
Lehtolainen escorts readers through the socially and economically frayed underbelly of Helsinki, to Baltic islands sparkling in long Nordic summer evenings, to dense snowy northern Finnish taiga.
The north-taiga forests are essential for the reproduction of many bird species.
Metsola Biosphere Reserve (Russian Federation)—Located at the border with Finland, the site comprises the Kostomukshsky reserve and contains one of the oldest intact north-taiga forests in Northwest Russia.
Khakassky Biosphere Reserve (Russian Federation)—Located at the heart of the Eurasian continent and known for its rich biodiversity, more than 80 % of this biosphere reserve is covered by mountain-taiga.
There’ll be rainforest, swamp, seasonal forest, forest, savanna, woods, taiga, desert, grassy desert and tundra.
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Origin and Etymology of taiga
First Known Use: 1888See Words from the same year
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