What zone are coniferous forests typical for?

Coniferous forests, for the most part, are located in the cold climatic zones of the Northern Hemisphere, in particular, in the north of the temperate and in the southern part of the Arctic climatic zones (taiga). Most of these forests grow in Eurasia and North America. The largest number of coniferous tree species is also found here. However, some species are capable of forming small coniferous forests in tropical or subtropical regions of the planet, such as cedars in Lebanon, araucaria in South America, etc.

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