A subarctic, evergreen coniferous forest of northern Eurasia located just south of the tundra and dominated by firs and spruces.(noun)
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Use "taiga" in a sentence
"Also known as the taiga, these are the lush coniferous forests situated in the high northern latitudes above the steppes and below the tundra."
"As soon as you mentioned i remember about how much i want kotobukiya's aisaka taiga but is a magazine exclusive, too bad for international buyers like me XD"
"Maine), northern Kazakhstan, northern Mongolia, and northern Japan (Hokkaidō), the taiga is the world's largest terrestrial biome. (wikipedia)"