Why Do Tropical Rainforests Have Large Population Of Animals?

Tropical rainforests are one of the world’s largest biomes. With over 4.9 billion acres of tropical rainforests distributed across the globe, it is home to a multitude of plant and animal species. In fact, more than half of the world’s plant and animal species are from the tropical rainforests. Tropical rainforests have a very warm and humid climate, making it ideal for plant growth. Plants, being the producers of the food chain, contribute to the extremely large populations of animals found in tropical rainforests.

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