Tropical rainforest

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Tropical rainforest

  1. 1. MAP
  2. 2. Tropic of Capricorn, justabove and below the Equator. In this tropic zone the sunis very strong and shinesabout the same amount oftime every day all year long,keeping the climate warmand relatively stable.
  3. 3. WEATHER The temperature in the rainforest is most likely to be hot and damp. The average temperature is 25 degrees Celsius and (77 degrees F). Rainforest arenot found for the tempter to dip bellow 0 degrees Celsius
  4. 4. Rainfall The rainfall can get as less as 1.8m or (6ft) or it can get as much as 9.0 (30ft) of rain a year. The true about the rainforest is the rain. There is no dry season in the rainforest. If there is a dry period it won’t last long.Climate/ Effect The long term effect of the sun’s radiation on the turning earth’s varied or different atmosphere it can be explained easiest in terms of annual or
  5. 5. genus contains seven species, all of whichare under threat; the black-headedspider monkey and brown spider monkeyare critically endangered.Their disproportionately long limbs andlong prehensile tails make them one ofthe largest New World monkeys andgives rise to their common name. Spidermonkeys live in the upper layers of therainforest, and forage in the highcanopy, from 25 to 30 m (82 to 98ft).[2] They primarily eat fruits, but willalso occasionally consume leaves, flowers,and insects.[2
  6. 6. Toucans are the mostcommon birds which arefound in Rainforests. Theyare of rainbow colors.
  7. 7. Recent meta-analyses on primate cognition studiesindicated spider monkeys are the most intelligentNew World monkeys.[4] They can produce a widerange of sounds and will bark when threatened;other vocalisations include a whinny similar to ahorse and prolonged screams.[3]They are an important food source due to theirlarge size, so are widely hunted by local humanpopulations; they are also threatened by habitatdestruction due to logging and land clearing.[3]Spider monkeys are susceptible to malaria and areused in laboratory studies of the disease.[3] Thepopulation trend for spider monkeys is decreasing;the IUCN Red List lists one species as vulnerable,four species as endangered and two species ascritically endangered

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