Rainforests are characterized by receiving at least 80 inches of rain a year and some receive more than 430 inches. Many neotropical forests (South America region) rain at least 6″ every month. Nearest the equator, this rainfall may be continuous throughout the year, while in other forests there are wet and dry seasons. This allows many rainforests to be evergeen year around, never dropping their leaves due to drying out.
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