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Kids Do Ecology: Biomes

At this site from National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis you will find the answers to many questions about biomes. Also find a listing of biomes along with a detailed explanation of each. courtesy of netTrekker
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At this site from National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis you will find the answers to many questions about biomes. Also find a listing of biomes along with a detailed explanation of each.

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