A rainforest is defined by the amount of rainfall it receives and the climate it’s in. A rainforest is an area of trees in a year-round warm climate that receives on average 50 to 260 inches of rain a year. They are located in South America, Africa and parts of India and Southeast Asia.
Rainforests are also home to many diverse species of animals. They have been around for millions of years, dating back to when the dinosaurs were alive. When the Earth was experiencing ice ages, many rainforests weren’t touched, allowing them to become the diverse ecosystems that we have today. If you were to look at a rainforest today, you would see exotic plants and animals that don’t exist anywhere else in the world. They are marvels to behold and must be protected.
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