This is the taiga, the largest biome in the world. It covers most of Canada and the northern parts of Russia
The total yearly precipitation in the taiga biome is 10 - 30 inches (25 - 75 cm).
The temperature range, is -65° F to 70°F (-54 to 21° C). For half of the year, the average temperature is below freezing
Animals like the Whitetail deer, Brown bear and Bald eagle reside in the taiga
A classic example of predator and prey is the bear and fish. The bear will hunt the fish and eat it
An example of symbiosis in the taiga is the squirrel living in the hole of a tree. The squirrel benifits but the tree does not, making this mutualism
An invasive species in the taiga Is the Purple loose-strife. It will choke out native plants and is not yet known to be edible in any way. It was introduced to Canada in the 1800s and has only grown since