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In ecology, a biome is a major regional group of distinctive plant and animal communities well adapted to the region's physical environment. The concept of a biome highlights the interaction among plant and animal populations, soil, water and air.
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Sierra Club Ecoregions

Organization of Life: Species, Populations, Communities,
and Ecosystems

Nearctica - Ecology - Biogeography - Biomes, Ecoregions,
and Habitats - General Biomes

Habitats and Biomes

Ecosystems / Biomes

Biomes - Photography

Matching Activity: Geography World - Ecosystems / Biomes:
terms related to the world's living ecosystems and biomes

Ecosystems - The Environmental Literacy Council

Ecosystems An Overview eThemes eMINTS

Ecosystem Diamante Poetry Science Lesson Plan

Biomes and Ecozones A Research Guide for Students

Biome Resource Page

Biomes of the World

Biomes of the World - Biome Map

Major Biomes of the World

World's Biomes

Earth Observatory - Mission: Biomes

Biomes - Habitats

Biomes (Earth Floor)

Blue Planet Biomes

Rainforest Identification
Rainforest Related Sites
Passport - Rainforest

GF Awesome: Global Forest Alliance