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Taiga is a biome characterized by coniferous forests.
Taiga or Tayga may also refer to:
- Ulaan Taiga, a mountain range in Mongolia
- Tayga, a town in Kemerovo Oblast, Russia
- Taiga Lake in Alaska
- Taiga Fujimura, a character from the Fate series
- Aisaka Taiga, a female lead from the Japanese otaku media franchise Toradora!
- Taiga Kagami, the protagonist lead alongside Tetsuya Kuroko from Kuroko's Basketball
- Saejima Taiga, a character from the tokusatsu TV series Garo
- Kamen Rider Tiger/Taiga, a character from the tokusatsu TV series Kamen Rider Ryuki
- Taiga Saejima, a physically imposing protagonist from the video game Yakuza 4
- Taiga (film), a documentary by Ulrike Ottinger
- Taiga drama, a series of year-long Japanese historical dramas.
- Taiga (nuclear test), on the potential route of Pechora-Kama Canal in Russia in 1971
- Taiga (OOIOO album), an album by OOIOO
- Taiga (Zola Jesus album), an album by Zola Jesus
- A type of ale produced by the Canadian Belgh'Brasse microbrewery
- Taiga, one of the signature leather lines produced by luxury leather-goods giant, Louis Vuitton since 1993
- Taiga, the name of musician Bryant Clifford Meyer's solo project
- Taiga (agile), a web-based tool for agile project management.
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