In order to be classified as a rain forest it needs to rain an average of 50 to 260 inches a year. The humidity of a rain forest is usually between 77 and 88%. There are no regions in North America where this environment can be found. South America has rain forests in most of the northern continent.
This country doesn’t have enough rain to nurture a rain forest. In some regions it may not rain for months! Other areas rain sporadically or has to deal with the cold winter. Based on this information I would have to agree and say no. However, unless an artificial rain forest was constructed in a confined area in America there is no chance it would exist.
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