“Many animals migrate to the taiga in the summer months. However, those who do not have learned to adapt to the cold. Moose, wolves, woodland caribou, wood bison, black bear, marten, lynx, and the arctic ground squirrel are common, although they are not as abundant as the mammals living in the grasslands and the savanna biomes. Most of the animal activity in the taiga is seasonal, with large quantities of birds, such as the redpoll, raven, gray jay, red-throated loon, northern shrike, sharp-tailed grouse, and fox sparrow, present only in summer. Also the bald eagle, peregrine falcon, and osprey which are fish eaters, live in this biome”-paragraph taken from attached website.
Some of the animals the live in cold forests such as the Taiga include; predators like the lynx, wolverines, bobcat, minks and ermine, which hunt herbivores like snowshoe rabbits, red squirrels and voles. Also, red deer, elk, and moose can be found in regions of the taiga where more deciduous trees grow.
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