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a) The largest biome in the world
b) Having to do with or in water
c) Occurring on or having to do with earth/ground/land
d) A mix of fresh and salt water

Tidal wetlands growing in salty water. Generally the water is less salty than the ocean, but too salty to drink.
a) Tundra
b) Grassland
c) Deciduous Forest
d) Salt Marshes

A mix of salt and fresh water
a) Brackish
b) Kinda Salty but not really
c) Marine
d) Aquatic

Forests with tall trees, warm climates, and lots of rain.
a) Rain Forest
b) Desert
c) Taiga
d) Grassland

The biggest biome in the world! It covers about 70% of the earth.
a) Rain Forest
b) Marine
c) Grassland
d) Deciduous Forest

Regions of the world with similar climate (weather, temperature) animals and plants.
a) Biomes
b) Grassland
c) Aquatic
d) Terrestrial

A biome where grasses, not trees, are the main plant life. Prairies are an example
a) Desert
b) Grassland
c) Tundra
d) Deciduous Forest

An area where seawater mixes with freshwater.
a) Estuaries
b) Deciduous Forest
c) Desert
d) Taiga

This biome has four changing seasons including winter, spring, summer, and fall.
a) Marine
b) Tundra
c) Taiga
d) Deciduous Forest

The six Biomes of the world:
a) Tundra ,Taiga,Deciduous Forest, Grassland, Desert, Tropical Rainforest
b) Marine, Terrestrial, Estuaries, Brackish, Rain Forest, Salt Marsh
c) Rain Forest, Deciduous Forest, Taiga, Tundra, Desert, Marine
d) Aquatic, Terrestrial, Brackish water, Salt Marsh, Estuaries, Grassland

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