The rainforest consists of many different vertically organized “levels”. Each level has a unique set of plants, with their own sunlight requirements, growing there. So each level of the rainforest requires different amounts of sunlight to grown, and, overall, the rainforest is not homogenous. But, in general, since rainforests exist in the tropics, they require a lot more sunlight and warmth than most forest ecosystems, which don’t get as much sunlight year round as regions near the equator (the tropics) do.
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