Which of the following have cold, moist winters and short summers and are dominated by gymnosperms?

Answer: [A] Taiga

The taiga is the largest terrestrial biome and covers much of the northern regions of the world. It is dominated by conifers, and the landscape is dotted with lakes, ponds, and bogs. The taiga is characterized by heavy snow fall with large mammals like moose and elk and lots of insects and birds in the summer.

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