What Is the Average Rainfall of a Ocean Biome?

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The average rain fall for an ocean biome is zero. This is because the ocean biome is already underwater and neither rainfall nor precipitation can occur underwater. The largest of Earth's biomes is found in the ocean that covers about 70% of the planet's surface.
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To better answer your question, I would need you to limit the location to a much smaller area.
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2.75. The Average Rainfall Freshwater biomes receive is 30-60 inches monthly.WMMW.
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The amount of rainfall a wetland receives depends upon its location.
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Average rainfall for Taiga Biomes per yr: 30-85cm. Temperatures range from 20-70F. More on Taiga? Ask! report this answer. Updated on Wednesday, February 01 2012 at 02:14PM EST. Source
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