Tropical Forests

Jason Abernathy

Where are they located?

Tropical Rainforests are located near the equator. Fifty seven percent of all tropical rainforests are found in Latin America. One third of the world's tropical rainforests are in Brazil. Other tropical rainforests are located in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands (25% of the world's tropical rainforests) and West Africa (18%).

what are tropical rainforest climate like?

The tropical rain forest climate supports one of the most lush and diverse environments on Earth. Its location near the equator dominates all aspects of the climate. Year-round warm temperatures and copious rainfall characterize the rain forest climate.


There is not a lot of space in the forests so the animals have to fight for food, water, ect.

Its really big and there are also lots of shade but that means that the soil is dry in some places and some of the animals are still looking for a place to live.


The animals have had to adapt to the are or climate. they also have to get used to all the other animals that ive in the forest with them. It is very hard to find space.