What are chaparral biomes?

The Chaparral biome is a coastal biome consisting mainly of evergreen shrubbery and other resilient plants. Chaparral biomes occur in regions which feature cold oceans, and warm land areas. More information can be obtained from the following sites:

The Chaparral Biome

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