important links

Forest Spring
National geographic

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Forest WinterAnimal Planet

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Forest Fall
discovery channel

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Background information

Rainforest are located in a band around the equator. The equator is an imagery circle between the north and south poles.  In South and Central America, Africa, Oceania, and Asia. Rainforest cover only about seven percent of the earth surface.  Also they have a tropical climate because they are to be found between the region of the Tropic of Cancer and Capricorn. Many of this regions experience the sunlight which is very strong and has the same amount of bright almost every day.  


The temperatures in this type of biome tend to be very high, which causes the evaporation of water. As a result, the regions of this biome tend to have frequent precipitation.


Ecotoruism isknown as a responsible tavel to natural areas. To learn more about ecotourism Click Here

fun fact

Giant Bamboo plants can grow up to 9 inches. To read more fun facts Click here