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The tropical rain forest can be found in three major geographical areas around the world.
1. Central America in the Amazon river basin.
2. Africa - Zaire basin, with a small area in West Africa; also eastern Madagascar.
3. Indo-Malaysia - west coast of India, Assam, Southeast Asia, New Guinea and Queensland, Australia.
Almost all rain forests lie near the equator.
It usually live in the equator because the sun, shine at the equator so all the plant and tree can get some sun light so they grow faster so the animal can eat it.
why does animal live in rainforset
Because of the temperatures range from around 75 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit, day and night, which means animals don't have to worry about finding shelter to survive in freezing temperatures. Trees provide continuous shade and rain falls daily in the rainforest, so water is always available. The abundance of energy supports an abundance of plant and animal species
Insects are the most abundant form of life in the world's rainforests. Insects, along with birds and mammals work together to find food and they all live a symbiotic lifestyle. Unfortunately, thanks to habitat loss and deforestation, close to 137 species are driven to extinction every day in the world's rainforests.
longitude and latitude
the latitude and longitude of Amazon rainforest is 3.4653°S,62.2159°
Which animals live in rainforest
Many species of animal life can be found in the rain forest. Common characteristics found among mammals and birds and reptiles and amphibians, too.