How Are Biomes Classified?

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Biomes are identified with patterns of ecological succession and climax vegetation. Classified according to vegetation and of ecologically similar climate conditions of communities of animals, plants, and organisms. The classifications are terrestial or continental biome and Aquatic biome.
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