How does a biome relate to a climate zone?


How does a biome relate to a climate zone?

Climate Zones:

Climate zones are parts of the world which experience the same climate. That means that different places in a climate zone have the same average temperatures and precipitation patterns.

Answer and Explanation:

A biome is a climate zone and its plants and animals. The climate that an area experiences determines the plant life that the area can support. Animal...

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What Is a Biome? - Definition & Types

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Chapter 32 / Lesson 21

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