Tropical Evergreen Forests grow in areas with more than 200 cm of annual rainfall. Tropical Deciduous Forests may be found in areas with rainfall ranging from 70 to 200 cm. During the dry season, deciduous forest trees shed their leaves for around six to eight months.
Evergreen forest trees drop their leaves at various periods throughout the year. When it comes to deciduous forests, their leaves shed at a specific period. Evergreen forests may be found in places that receive a lot of rain. A substantial portion of the nation is covered with deciduous forests.