The canopy trees in a rain forest are typically 65 to 130 feet tall.
The Emergent Layer, above the Canopy Layer in the rainforests, is home to nearly 1/3 of all the world’s bird species. Hardwood evergreens and broad-leaf trees can reach 180-200 feet in height. Some temperate rainforests in places like the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State have trees more than 300 feet tall, though this isn’t what most people picture when they think of “rainforest.”
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