The average humidity of a tropical rainforest is anywhere between 77 to 88%.
The reason behind the high humidity of a rainforest is the high amount of rainfall, up to 430 inches per year. Due to the rainfall and location, the skies are also almost constantly clouded, keeping the rainfall moisture below the clouds.
Finally, trees from the rainforest canopy produce a high amount of evapotranspiration (water loss from leaves). An average tree releases about 200 gallons of water annually.
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