Rainforest Facts

Rainforests receive from 4 to 8 meters of rain a year — 5 meters of rain falls on the rainforests of Borneo each year, five times as much as on the state of New York. The heavy vegetation blocks the rainfall, and water reaches the forest floor by rolling down branches and trunks or as a fine spray. Another distinctive characteristic is that rainforests have no “seasonality”, no dry or cold season of slower growth.

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  1. this is the worst thing ive ever read. it made me throw up in my mouth a little bit. >:(
    sorry to burst your bubble.

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