Layers of Rainforest Trees
Rainforests are made up of four layers of trees. These are known as the rainforest floor, the understory, the upper canopy and the emergent layer. Each rainforest layer is very distinct and the differing levels of light and humidity in each one makes...
Main article: Understory. The understory or understorey layer lies between the
canopy and the forest floor. It is home to a ...
EMERGENT LAYER. The tallest trees are the emergents, towering as much as
200 feet above the forest floor with trunks that measure up to 16 feet around.
Tropical Rainforest Layers. Tropical rainforests have four layers: Emergent Layer
These giant trees thrust above the dense canopy layer and have huge ...
Strata (layers) of the tropical rainforests. Scientists divide rainforests into different
strata or layers for easy reference. Each of these layers is a very different ...
Facts about the four tropical rainforest layers. Interesting information about the
animals and plants that live in each layer.
A tropical rainforest grows where it is humid all year long and where it rains a lot.
... rainforest. However, there are actually four different layers in the forest.
Rainforest Layers. The top of the rainforest is a different world from the bottom,
primarily because the main layer of treetops forms a barrier that cuts off most of ...
Rainforest Layers by Sarah and Devin. THE EMERGENT LAYER The Emergent
Layer is the layer above the Canopy. Birds and monkeys live in the Emergent ...
Jul 5, 2010 ... Layers of a Rainforest ... Really Good, but maybe say what plants and animals
live the layers ... The Layers and Animals of the Rainforest!