Tropical Rainforest Biome Animals of the Tropical Rainforest Tropical Rainforest Vegetation Location and Climate of the Tropical Rainforest Tropical rainforests cover about 6% of the Earth's total land surface. They are mainly located around the belt at the equator. The Amazon drains the world's largest tropical rainforest, and is thought to have about 3000 species of fish, more than are contained in the entire North Atlantic. Climate and Location Tropical rainforests cover about 6% of the Earth's total land surface area. The tropical rainforests climate is very warm, it has an average annual temperature of greater than 20 degrees celsius. Animals The animal of the tropical rainforest are a wide variety that adapt to their surroundings in many ways. Vegetation Young leaves if several jungle trees are red, and in the canopy or from the air such trees often appear to be in flower. Destruction of the Rain Forest Rainforests are dissappearing at about 80 acres per minute, day and night.
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