Tropcial forests are generally along the line of the equator. This is because they get the most year-round warmth and sunshine. Because of this consistent sunshine, the water cycle can flourish. It rains, the water is absorbed, evaporated, condensed, and then it rains again, and the additional heat allows this to happen. The equitorial rainforest takes up about 2/3 of the forest space along the line of the equator, with the last 1/3 being moist forest. Whereas a rainforest gets about 80 inches of rain annually, a moist forest only get 50.
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