Hundreds of millions of humans live in deciduous forests, in nearly half of the United States, most of Europe, and part of Asia, due to the fair climate and fertile land. We harm the forests to make room for these homes, especially since the soil makes for good farming land. Meanwhile, the trees are cut down in mass for materials. Due to this, there are a plethora of laws and policies for loggers to follow.
Life (biotic factors)
The Deciduous Forest is the first biome here to have a considerably large count of species, both animal and vegetation. There are all sorts of trees, saplings, shrubs, mosses, grasses, flowers and more. Additionally, it is home to many different mammals, like bears, deer, foxes and rodents.
Aside from contaitemperature can go from ning a large variety of species, the deciduous forest is also the first of biomes here to have plenty of precicitation. There is lots of rain and snowfall per year, for the temperature ranges from around -30 to 30 celsuis per year. Given all the different plants, the soil here is very fertile.
Location: Eastern America, Europe and Asia