Are there more plants and animals per square acre in the rainforest than anywhere else on earth?



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    Rainforests cover about 7% of the earth’s land surface, but they contain more than half of the species on earth. There are often 40 species of trees or more per hectare, four or five times as many as are typical in temperate forests.

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