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What Is Tropical Climate?

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A tropical climate typically has high temperatures and a decent amount of rainfall
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Tropical climate is a type of climate found in regions near the equator. Koppen's widely-recognised scheme of climate classifation describes it as non-arid climate. During which throughout the year the temperature is above 18 degrees celcius.

The tropics basically are a geographic region of the Earth. They are centered on the equator and are narrow in latitude because of the Tropic of Cancer in the northern hemisphere. This sort of area is also known as the tropical zone and Torrid Zone.

These areas also comprise of places on earth where the sun at least once during the solar year comes directly overhead. The word "tropics" was derived from the Greek word "Tropos" which means "Turn", because the evident position of the Sun fluctuates between the two tropics with a phase that defines the standard span of a year.
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Tropical climate is climate of tropical zone. Tropical zone is the regions between the tropic of Cancer and the tropic of Capricorn. Main caracteristics of tropical climate are large amounts of rain near the equator and high temperatures near the tropics. Monsoon wind and cyclones are also phenomena which occur in tropical regions.

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