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The Tropical Rainforest

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The average temperature of a rain forest is about 77° Fahrenheit.Rain forest are never found in climates which have temperatures 32°.The temperature never drops below 64° Fahrenheit. Rain forests are so hot because they are found near the equator.
In an average year in a tropical rain forest, the climate is very humid because of all the rainfall, which amounts to about 250 cm per year.
A luxuriant, dense forest rich in biodiversity, found typically in tropical areas with consistently heavy rainfall.
A luxuriant, dense forest rich in biodiversity, found typically in tropical areas with consistently heavy rainfall.

DEFINITION
Tropical Rainforests are located in Southeast Asia, West Africa, Pacific Islands, close to the equator, along coasts.

The average temperature is 77 Fahrenheit. Rainforest won't be found in temperatures under 30 degrees. In the rainforest the temperature never goes under 64 Fahrenheit.
About 250 cm of rain per year. Because of all the rain, it is very humid.
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By Andrew and Molly
The water source is from the rain and from rivers.
A main river that goes through a rainforest is the
Amazon River.
7 biotic factors are:
toucans
spider monkey
monkeys
ant eaters
armadillos
snakes
crocs
3 a biotic factors are:
rocks
soil
sunlight
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Plant adaption

Lots of trees have waxy bark and leaves so that water can slide off the leaves and bark to the roots. Also plants will grow on trees for sunlight or will climb up trees.
Animal adaption
there are any animals in the rainforest so life isn't very hard the trees have fruit and there are many animals but some have camoflauge and others have rough hides and some live in the trees
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