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Describe the Rainforest?

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You could describe the rainforest as a lush, tropical jungle. It is hot and humid. The rain-forest gets a large amount of rain. Rain forests are the oldest ecosystems. The rain forests have a large variety of plants and animal life. Because of the high humidity, these plants and animals must adapt to the climate. You would see beautiful birds and plants in the rain-forest. Trees and plants grow very close to one another. It is hard to see through them in most places. The trees grow very tall.
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Rain forests are found on the equator in countries such as Brazil in South America and the likes of Congo in Africa.
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