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cloud forest

[′klau̇d ‚fär·əst]
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Romeo had been found in the same cloud forest a decade ago and it was feared that he was the last survivor of his species.
In an expedition to a remote Bolivian cloud forest recently, scientists including head of the expedition Badani were losing hope.
1); this area comprises the largest and continuous cloud forest in Mexico (Perez et al., 2010; Gual-Diaz & Rendon-Correa, 2014).
The real freakery takes place inside two huge ticketed greenhouses, the technicolor splendor of the Flower Dome and the Cloud Forest, which eerily simulates climbing a mountain.
At the San Antonio Cloud Forest near the city of Cali, Raul Nieto has turned his small farm into a bird-watching center with dozens of feeder stations.
The climate is warm and humid with average annual temperatures of 16-20[degrees]C in cloud forest and 22-26[degrees] in semi-evergreen forest.
MY HEART is pounding as I shuffle towards the end of a narrow platform suspended 150 feet above the lush green canopy of Monteverde's Cloud Forest.
Kuelap was lost in the cloud forest for three centuries until it was rediscovered in 1843 and then declared a cultural heritage site in 2003.
Whizzing through the cloud forest on the zip line canopy tour at Selvatura Park is the most fun way to experience Monteverde, although on my first attempt, I'm far too busy freaking out to admire the scenery.
Byline: Sloths, zip lines and cloud forest are even more accessible as a result of new direct flights from the UK to Costa Rica, says Shereen Low
Some habitats you might encounter here include: savanna, cloud forest, mangrove, swamp forest, and volcanoes.