The largest cold climate forest or taiga is the Siberian taiga. It has around 2.7 billion acres, making it the world’s largest forest.
The largest taiga, or cold climate forest, stretches from Norway in the west to Siberia in the east. There is also a taiga of North America, which goes from Alaska in the west to Newfoundland in the east.
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