Asked by: Dulcie Sandhofenasked in category: General Last Updated: 13th February, 2020
Which region of North America has a humid subtropical climate?
Beside this, where is the humid subtropical climate located?
The humid subtropical climate can be found in the southeastern United States, southeastern South America; coastal southeast South Africa; eastern Australia; eastern Asia from northern India through south China to Japan.
Secondly, what kind of vegetation grows in humid subtropical climate zones? Vegetation. The vegetation of the humid subtropical climate is mainly evergreen trees, bushes, and shrubs. Rather than the hardy evergreens like pines and spruce, most of the evergreens in these areas are of the more delicate, broad-leaf types like palm trees and ferns.
Then, which region of the United States is known for its subtropical climate?
A humid subtropical climate is found along and south of a mostly east-west line from the Virginia/Maryland capes (north of the greater Norfolk, Virginia area), westward to approximately northern Oklahoma, north of the greater Oklahoma City area.
What animals are in the humid subtropical climate?
Animals Found in the Humid Subtropical Climate Larger mammals found in these climates include panthers, deer and capybaras. Because of the warmth, cold-blooded animals do well in a humid subtropical climate. Reptiles such alligators, turtles and snakes are plentiful. Amphibians such as frogs thrive.