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...ation and characterized by adaptations of organisms to that particular environment. Without vegetation or organisms, these landscapes would be virtually indistinguishable from one another. For example, tropical rainforest, grassland, tundra etc. Each biome bears a distinctive vegetation type and climate, as well as specific organisms that have adapted to that area. One example of a biome is tropical rain forest, which is characterized by precipitation of 250cm per year, little temperature variation and abundant moisture, they also contain more species than other biomes. Another example of a biome is savannas, which are characterized by precipitation of 90-150cm a year, open, widely spaced trees, and seasonal rainfall. A third example of a biome is deserts, which are characterized by a Precipitation rate of 20cm a year, dry, sparse vegetation, and scattered grasses.
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