What's a rainforest?
Planet Earth is home to many diverse geographical features and ecosystems throughout the world. Land on Earth makes up for 30% of the Earth's surface, consumed by deserts, forests, mountains, plains, and other landforms.
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Rainforests are forests (large area of land covered with trees and flora) that receive a consistent amount of rain. Such forests are often located in...
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from CLEP Biology: Study Guide & Test PrepChapter 18 / Lesson 12