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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