What Does a Tropical Rainforest Look like?

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Tropical rainforest is a vegetation class consisting of tall, close-growing trees with fewer branches in the trunk, and form a flat crown. They grow in areas of high temperature and high rainfall. Tropical rainforests are one of the most productive areas on earth and contain a diverse range of animals and plants.
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Tropical rainforests have several tree species within a small area. These forests are characterised by small trees and tropical wet climate group. The tall trees have long branches that branch out over areas greater than 30 metres. The trees have smooth, thin bark s and the forest is inhabited by different group of animal and plant species.
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A tropical rainforest contains mostly all plant and animal life. Usually you'll find a mass of trees and plants with insects and other animals that live in the forest.
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1. Contact the Rainforest Action Network (RAN) Much of the destruction of the world's tropical rainforests has been led by companies working with local groups who hope to exploit
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Amazon in Brazil. the Congo rain forests. And the African rainforests. Also the Daintree rainforest in Australia! Hope this helps! Ituri Rainforest. Kilum-Ijim Forest. Madagascar
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