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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Tropical Rainforest More than two thirds of the worlds plant species are found in the tropical rainforests.These plants provide food and shelter for the rainforest animals.The rainforest plants live in a warm humid environment that allows an enormous variation which is rare in more temperate climates. More than half the worlds estimated 10 million species of animals live in the tropical rainforests.The tropical rainforests are also home to some of the worlds most iconic animals such as the in-danger mountain gorillas, white faced monkeys, spider monkeys, elephants, and count-less other animals. In an average year in a tropical rain forest, the climate is very humid because of all the rainfall, which amounts to about 250cm per year. The rain forest has lots of rain because it is very hot and wet. This climate is found near the equator. The temperature of a tropical rainforest at its highest is 93 degrees F, but it can drop below 68 degrees F. Tropical rainforest also have an average humidity between 77 and 88%. Its easy to tell that it rains a lot in the rainforest because its literally in the name. The rainforest receives about 250cm of rain every year and can get several tropical down pours a day and an occasional storm that can last several days which both help the lush plants in the rainforest to thrive. When its not the raining the forest floor is usually foggy because of hey evaporating water. Tropical rainforests are located mostly in five major regions tropical America, Africa, Southeast Asia, Madagascar, and New Guinea, and Australia.
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