Layers of a Rainforest

Layers of a Rainforest
MT & PK Productions
Space Radiation Lab, Caltech

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. Most of these trees are broad-leaved, hardwood evergreens. Sunlight is plentiful up here. Animals found are eagles, monkeys, bats and butterflies.

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