Temperate Deciduous Forest: "Where Everything is What it Seems"
The temperate deciduous forest is a biome that is dominated by trees that lose their leaves each year. The temperate forest typically has moist summers and mild winters. It is in the northern hemisphere in places such as North America, eastern Asia, and Europe. In the temperate deciduous forest different species of tress and also organisms exist. There are bears, cougars, deer, skunk, fox, and other organisms. There are also shrubs, moss, deciduous trees, and fruit trees. Near the Temperate Deciduous Forest you will also find the Taiga biome.