Are there a lot of ferns in the rain forests?



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    The exact number of fern species in rainforests is unknown, although it is estimated that there are over 130 species of moss, lichen and fern within the rainforests. The sword fern perhaps the most common fern you’ll see, and easily the biggest. Licorice Fern are easy to spot, because they are usually well off the ground, living in crooks of large trees. Deer Fern grow on the ground, and are much smaller in stature than the Sword fern. Bracken Fern is distinctive because of a ridged, almost woody stem that shoots from the ground about 3 feet in the air before it splits and grows its leaves.

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