A Biome is Entire Community of living organisms in a single major ecological area. (See: biotic community.)
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A biome is "Entire Community of living organisms in a single major ecological area" (EPA 1992, 4).
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Biome is the terrestrial regions inhabited by certain types of life, especially vegetation. Examples include various types of deserts, grasslands, and forests.

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