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As suggested by their name, rain forests are subjects to a lot of rainfall. They normally experience at least 80in (2000 mm) a year, with some areas experiencing up to 430in (10,920mm) of rain. Some forests have seasonal rain, while other areas near the equator have rainfall year round. Even in forests with seasonal rain, it is rare that the forest has a chance to dry about between periods of rainfall. The constant cloud cover is enough to keep the atmosphere humid and moist, and therefore the forest beneath it experiences the same conditions. This means that most forests remain evergreen because the trees never get the chance to drop their leaves due to the atmosphere and warmth that builds up due to the humidity.
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