Rainforest Climate

Rainforest Climate
by Elisabeth Benders-Hyde
Students from West Tisbury School
© Brynn Schaffner and Kenneth Robinson

In an average year in a tropical rain forest, the climate is very humid because of all the rainfall, which amounts to about 250 cm per year. The rain forest has lots of rain because it is very hot and wet. This climate is found near the equator. That means that there is more direct sunlight hitting the land and sea there than anywhere else. The sun warms the land and sea and the water evaporates into the air.

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