Tropical Rainforest. Name:Amna Khalid. Class:7G. Teacher’s Name: Mr O’Brien . Tropical Rainforest . Tropical rainforests are forests with tall trees, warm climates, and lots of rain. In some rainforests it rains more than one inch nearly every day of the year!.
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Teacher’s Name: Mr O’Brien
Tropical rainforests are forests with tall trees, warm climates, and lots of rain. In some rainforests it rains more than one inch nearly every day of the year!
EMERGENTS: Giant trees that are much higher than the average canopy height. It houses many birds and insects.
CANOPY: The upper parts of the trees. This leafy environment is full of life in a tropical rainforest and includes: insects, birds, reptiles, mammals, and more.
UNDERSTORY: A dark, cool environment under the leaves but over the ground.
FOREST FLOOR: Teeming with animal life, especially insects. The largest animals in the rainforest generally live here.
Tropical rainforests are found in many different parts of the world. They cover about 6% of the earth's surface.
Tropical rainforest are located in Central America, the Amazon area of South America, Central Africa, South East Asia, some Pacific islands and in Queensland, Australia.
Rainforests receive an annual rainfall of at least 254 centimetres.
The largest rainforest in the world is the Amazon rainforest in South America. Tropical rainforests are home to a huge number of different plants and animals. All tropical rainforests are endangered.
The f stands for sufficient precipitation for all months. The latitude range for rainforest climate is 15° to 25° North and South of the equator
How the environment affects the way people live in the tropical rainforest?
The greatest cause of tropical rainforest destruction today comes from human activities, which, unlike natural damage, are cruel and thorough. Human needs for sources like paper and furniture's and more this is the most terrorist scene .
My opinion is not to cut down theses human sources ok lets say if we run out of paper and there no tree we will suffer this sources are manly needed for food.