North America is a very large continent which surpasses the Arctic Circle, and the Tropics. Greenland, along with the Canadian Shield, is tundra with average temperatures ranging from 10 to 20 °C (50 to 68 °F), but central Greenland is composed of a very large ice sheet. Stretching from the East Coast to eastern North Dakota, and stretching down to Kansas, is the continental-humid climate featuring intense seasons, with a large amount of annual precipitation, with places like New York City.
This fun learning game may answer some of the following questions:
- What environment zones do North America have?
- How many biomes are there in North America?
- What is the abundance of Steppes in North America?
- Where do Broadleaf trees grows in North America?
- What are the biomes of North America?
- What habitats do North America have?