What type of climate does equatorial rainforest experience?​

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The equatorial rainforest experience high precipitation, constantly high temperatures, and high humidity.


The equatorial rainforest is a biome that generally is found up to 10 or 15 degrees north or south of the equator. They can be found in five continents, South America, North America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. All of them have the same characteristics, with the only difference being the different species of flora and fauna.

The climate is the main factor that defines the equatorial rainforest. It is constantly hot, with minimal variations in the average temperatures throughout the year. Each month has at least 60 mm of rainfall, thus they have high precipitation levels throughout the whole year. Because of the high temperatures and high precipitation, the evaporation rates are very high, so the humidity is constantly very high.

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