Organisms that live in the alpine and taiga biomes have developed unique adaptations that aid in their survival. the douglas-fir is a conifer tree that grows in the taiga biome. it has an average height of about 70 feet, and its wood is an important source of lumber.
C. Waxy needles
Taiga is one of the coldest biomes of the world. It is dominated by coniferous woody trees. It recieves very little or no rainfall during winter months. Trees of Douglas fir exhibit waxy needles to prevent the loss of water through transpiration in the scarcity of water.
the correct answer is C