rainforest climate

rainforest climate

[′rān‚fär·əst ‚klī·mət]
(climatology)
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Considering that the Philippines is one of the 17 mega-diverse countries in the world as well as a global biodiversity hotspot, having a tropical rainforest climate, the country is rich in animal biodiversity," said Garin.
Its tropical rainforest climate allows for luxuriant vegetation.
Specifically for the rainforest climate, with all of the unique logistical difficulties mentioned in this article, Transpetro faces special requirements to prevent failures, though the minimum likelihood of failure has to be faced considering the different seasonal scenarios.
wilemani from the Malay Archipelago, which is mainly a tropical rainforest climate, to Hainan Island, which has a tropical monsoon climate.
Nothing heavy dries completely in this rainforest climate where the air is as clammy as a Turkish bath.
The cacao tree, which produces cocoa beans, grows naturally in the shade and rainforest climate.
They thrive in lots of sunlight, but unlike Bertie, they like nothing better than a damp tropical rainforest climate.
Originally called Olympus (as in the home of the gods), this massive preserve in the northwestern recesses of Washington State is a multitiered ecosystem comprising elements of alpine, coastal, and rainforest climates.