How does the height of mountains affect the change in flora and fauna?

Altitude strongly affects flora and fauna. Only lichens grow in the area of non-melting snows and glaciers. Below, in the mountain-tundra zone, bushes grow, mountain goats, argali, foxes, wolves, hares, snow leopards, golden eagles, eagles, tundra partridge, etc. and light forests appear. Even lower, in the mountain-forest zone, there are mixed, deciduous and coniferous forests, in which there are many animals. There are deer, wild boars, roe deer, etc.

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