The Coniferous Forest is in the Northern part of North America and Eurasia to the edge of the Arctic Tundra. There are different species of animal and plant life. These are just some of the animals here.

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The Bald Eagle's prey is They weight from 10 to 14 pounds. The femal bald eagle is slighty larger than the male bald eagle. They have approximately 7,000 feathers. The bald eagle is an excellent swimmer and they build their nests near rivers and trees.

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A Grizzly bear's died mostly involves a wide variety of fruits, berries, bulbs, flowers, insects, and fish. The Grizzly bear is a North American subspecies of the brown bear. They hibernate in big dens for the winter. They are typically brown but they can have a white-tip on them. They can run 30 miles per hour and can be dangerous to humans.

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The Moose mostly consumes twigs, roots, bark, and the shoots of woody plants. The moose is a memeber of the deer family. The moose is not as delicate as the deer. It sports the largest antlers in the world, a moose can be more than six feet tall at the shoulder and weigh 1,800 pounds. They are so tall that they prefer to eat shrubs and tall grasses because grazing on the ground can be difficult. It can run at 35 miles per hour and swim at 10 miles per hour.

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The Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep's diet involves plants and herbs like green grasses and other plants. The male are called rams and they are famous for their curled, large horns. They can charge at other bighorns at about 20 miles per hour. They have a thick, bony skull which prevents them from having too much damage to the head. The horns can weight 30 pounds!

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The Siberian Tiger mostly eats deer, wild boar, and lynx. They are the world's largest cats. There is an estimated 400-500 Siberian tigers living in the wild. They are endangered. They weigh 660 pounds and are about 10 feet. Over the last hundred years, there has been 3,000 to 5,000 tiger number reduction.

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