Yes regional and local variations exist within each biome.
A biome can be defined as the large communities of the world. Climate is the main factor that determine the type of soil which in turn determines the type of vegetation. The type of vegetation and climate together determine the kind of microorganisms and animals.
The main biome of the world does not show boundary of any country. Regional and local variations lead to formation of a wide variety of habitats.
> On earth, life exists even in extreme and harsh habitats – scorching Rajasthan desert, perpetually rain-soaked Meghalaya forest, deep ocean trenches, torrential streams, permafrost Polar Regions, hign mountain tops, boiling thermal springs and stinking compost pits, etc.
> Even our intestine is a unique habitat for hundreds of species of microbes.
> Temperate deciduous forest receive an annual precipitation between 75-150 cm and tropical rain forest show a rainfall above 140 cm/yr which may reach upto 400 cm/yr.
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