Describe the climate, soils, flora and fauna of the forest zone

The forest zone is characterized by the spread of forest vegetation mainly from coniferous and deciduous species and the predominance of podzolic and brown earth types of soil formation.
Average air temperatures of the coldest months: from -40 to 5 ° C, the warmest from 10 to 20 ° C. Moisture falls almost everywhere more than it evaporates. Plains in vast expanses are swampy.
Vegetation: coniferous, broad-leaved, mixed forests, in which moss and grass cover, undergrowth are developed.
Fauna: wolves, lynxes, bears, moose, chipmunks, sables, hares, capercaillie

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