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Bio geographical regions
The world map shows the biomes of world, the bio-geographical regions of the world. The earth divided biogeographically into different regions or biomes. The World biomes are the combination of landscape, climate, animals and natural vegetation. It depends on the climate conditions of rthe regions, different climate conditions have different natural and wild vegetation, different animals etc. All over the World there are thousands of natural vegetation are grown, thousands of wild and domestic animals live their life. Different regions can have similar biomes according to climate and landscapes. Different regions have the same climate and similar biomes around the World.
The Alpine area usually at altitude of 10000 feet and above support natural and wild vegetation such as shrubs and herbs. These biomes are mountain regions of world.
The areas are permanently covered by ice known as Polar regions and only a few plants and animals can live here.
Tundra regions are cold and dry and the environment support few trees and plants such as lichens and mosses grow very close to the ground
Tropical rain forest:
All over the World where there are plenty of rain fall and temperature is high known as Tropical rain forest. Tall trees and plants grow continuously with large leaves in these regions with muddy watery ground with big grass.
Near grass lands grown by small trees and shrubs adopted dry conditions.
Savannah regions have grasslands interspersed with trees. These regions are found between tropical rain forest and desert regions, and are important for wildlife, agriculture and other vegetation.
Grasslands cover the central areas of the continents, hilly areas with large grasslands.
Nearby regions of shores of the Mediterranean Sea, the vegetation consists mainly of herbs, shrubs and draught-resistant trees. Natural vegetation which can grow in draught areas
Needle leaf forest:
The region support large forest of coniferous trees, cold with less wind.
Temperate rain forest:
Green with more rainfall, large trees with broad leaves, wet climate with humidity regions known as Temperate rain forest
Cold desert regions are at higher altitude, extremely dry by lack of rain fall and less moistures. Dry and no any vegetation grow due to cold temperature and less water in the area. Peru and Gobi desert of Mongolia known as cold desert.
Less rain fall, hot and dry regions are known as hot desert, less natural vegetation with small herbs and shrubs. Draught resistant animals. The Sahara desert and Indian desert known as hot desert.
It is rarely found above sea level, some regions have fertile soil, rich feeding for fish, and breeding ground for birds, others are different by their nature with too acidic to support the plants and animals.