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What Is The Climate In The Amazon Rain Forest Like?

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The climate in the Amazonian rainforest is warm and humid and the average temperature in the area is about 79 degree Fahrenheit. One of the prominent features of this area is the difference between the temperature during the day and during the night is greater than that of the difference between the seasons.

The Amazon rainforest consists four layers and each layer has its unique ecosystem and plants and animals are adapted to that. The tallest layer is called the emergent layer, which has trees of approximately 200 feet in height. The other layer is canopy which has smooth oval leaves and have pointed drip tip. This makes the flow of water easy and preventing the growth of mosses and fungi. The layer below the canopy layer is able to get only 5 per cent of sunlight and plants of this layer are uniquely adapted to survive in the shadowy layer. The lowest layer is the forest floor and is almost without any plant. Only 2 per cent of sunlight reaches here.
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The climate in the Amazon Tropical Rain forest is called equatorial climate. In which environment is wet with annual rain fall of 1500-2500 mm. Day temperature 30-35 C and night temperature 20-25 C. Humidity is high.
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The climate of the Amazon rainforest is warm and humid and the average temperature in the area is about 79 degree Fahrenheit. The difference between the temperature during the day and during the night is greater than that of the difference between the seasons.
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The tropical rain has a rather moist climate all the year around. It is very humid and there are constant showers that are accompanied by sunshine.
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The rain forest climate is hot, wet, sticky and humid. It rains heavily each day. The rain comes down suddenly and stops just as fast, this is called convectional rain.
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The climate is very hot in the amazon rainforest because it is close to the equator.
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Rainy and hot
The Amazon's climate is heavily influenced by its tropical location. This gives it a warm temperature and plenty of rain.
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