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What Is Equatorial Climate?

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The equatorial climate is based on tropical regions. In most of the tropical regions there are two types of climates. They are wet and dry, but nearly all the places that lie near the equator are generally wet throughout the year.

The seasons usually differ on the basis of a number of factors which include altitude and the closeness to the ocean.

Most of the surface of the earth near the equator mainly comprises of the ocean. The uppermost point on the Equator is 4,690 m on the southern slopes of the Volcan Cayambe in Ecuador. This is a small space on top of the snowline, and also the only spot on the Equator where snow touches the ground.

The main important feature of the Equatorial climate is the standardization of its temperature.
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An equatorial climate is a type of tropical climate in which there is no dry season -all months have mean precipitation values of at least 60mm (2.36 inches)
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It is type of a tropical climate, where there are tropical rain forests, including the tall trees and creepers and that this forest is described as "evergreen." it's climate is warm and there is rain and also the thunder storms and it also has humid weather because it is directly below the equator
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It is a clime of warm showers of rain and thunder storms with also humid weather. This is because the equatorial is directly below the equator.
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Apart from Africa, mention other 7 countries experiencing equatorial climate.

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