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There are a range of biomes in Pocket Trains. One biome is assigned to each track based on the location. You can view them here, at stations or while your trains are going somewhere. Some of these actually appear at airports in Pocket Planes.

Coniferous Forest

The coniferous forest can a identified by its darkness. Coniferous Forests trees don't lose leaves in winter, making them dark all year round.

Deciduous Forest

Deciduous Forests are home to a diverse range of wildlife and plants. Unlike Coniferous Forests, Deciduous Forests turn a vivid orange red colour in autumn as the trees begin to lose their leaves. Deciduous forests can be found in many places, most notably the English country-side.

Coastal

A Coastal Biome with it's white washed cliffs and sand beaches is easy to recognise.

Marine

Marine Biomes contain many aquatic ecosystems including the colourful coral reefs. Home to many species of fish, sharks, and coral.

Temperate Grassland

Grasslands are excellent for agriculture because of favourable rainfall and very flat land. They hold many large animals, such as horses, bison, emu, and coyotes.

Tundra

The Tundra biome is covered with a thick blanket of snow in the winter. When the snow melts beautiful flowers bloom and bees buzz happily.

Boreal Foothills

The Boreal Foothills are lands of great wildlife and scenery. High mountains backdrop serene lakes surrounded by pine and spruce trees. Many animals thrive here, such as bears, foxes, rabbits, and small birds.

Orange Mountains/Mesa

Orange mountains, better referred to as mesas, or table rock, are exactly that: orange. They get their color from ancient rivers that flowed through the area that eroded away nutrients that were in the rock. These "mesas'' are numerous, along with cacti and small desert animals.

Mediterranean Scrublands

The Mediterranean Scrublands have a cool climate and long, lush green grass. Their high elevation prevents most trees from growing. Agriculture is also difficult because of the rocky soil.

Deserts

Deserts are the most uninhabited places on earth. They suffer searing heat in the day and extreme cold at night because of lack of clouds to keep the heat in.

Palm Coast

Palm Coasts are found in warm climates, mostly near the equator. Palm trees with huge coconuts growing line the shore, while coral, tropical fish, and tiny seahorses thrive in the warm waters.

Rain Forest

Rain Forests are some of the wettest places on Earth. They are found near the equator and hold much of the world's animal, plant, and fungi species. With as many of thousands of those species undiscovered, they may hold cures to many dieases.

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