This video utilizes C, currency, of the CRAAP test as it was published in September of this year. It also provides a lot of valuable information on the life within the taiga biome, the weather, and region of it. It may be slightly less credible as it is a student made project, however it does provide a list of credited sources in the end.
Taiga, also known as boreal forest, is a biome characterized by coniferous forests consisting mostly of pines, spruces and larches. The taiga is the world's ...
Rachael Velez's insight:
This video provides a link to an article, while being Wikipedia, has a list of sources. It shows A for accuracy from the CRAAP test, as the information it provides is very specific about the characteristics of this biome. (For ex, description of seasons with temperature listings, percentiles of land coverage, etc....)
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