Difference between a Temperate and Tropical Rainforest?

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Rain forest are unique in with its abundance rainfall allowing plants to grow, that is seasonal though out the year. In the tropics, the rain forest have 2.5 m (100 in.) or more of annual precipitation, whilst in the temperate zones it is as little a 1.5 m (60 in.) of rains create as rain forest climate due to cooler temperatures and lower rates of evaporation. Tropical forest are one of the most widespread forest type in the world.
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