Area A receives more than ten inches of rain per year. Area B receives less than one inch of rain per year. Which of the following is most likely true about Areas A and B? Areas A and B have very different altitudes. Areas A and B are probably different biomes. Areas A and B get different amounts of sunshine. Area A is colder than Area B.

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  • Different biomes. A biome is natural flora and fuana community. An example of that would be forests and/or tundra.┬áIf Area A is receiving mass amounts of rain, versus Area B, which is receiving practically no rain, then chances are they are two different kinds of climates.
  • Answer:

    Areas A and B are probably different biomes