Tropical Rain Forest
The tropical rain forest is an ecosystem type that occurs around the equator.Rain forests can be found in Asia, Australia, Africa, South America, Central America, Mexico and on many of the Pacific, Caribbean, and Indian Ocean islands.Tropical rain forests can be characterized in two words: hot and wet.
Rain Forest Temp
The temp of the rain forest is 18 °C (64 °F) during all months of the year.
The average rainfall for a rain forest is no less than 168 cm of rain fall a year. It can get more than 1000 cm of rain fall a year.
There are over 2/3 of the worlds flowering plants are found in tropical rain forests. Some of the plants found in a tropical rain forest are bananas, coffee, and orchards. The coffee beans are indigenous to the rain forest.
Three animals that are found in the tropical rain forest is Tigers, Apes, and Spiders. The tigers eat meat from rabbits. The Apes eat bananas and some other plants. The Spiders most likely eat flies and bugs.
Tropical rain forests exhibit high levels of biodiversity. Around 40% to 75% of all biotic species are indigenous to the rain forests. Rain forests are home to half of all the living animal and plant species on the planet. The rain forests are the most endangered ecosystems globally because of large scale fragmenting (braking up into smaller parts) as a result of human activity.
Narrative, Diversities, and Safety Tips
I would gather food by knowing which berry or fruit is safe to eat.Then go find the fruits and or berries. For shelter I would make a lean to by taking branches and set them on a big rock so I am off the ground and lean them on a big tree. I would most likely put moss on the branches so I could stay dry when it rains. For water I could take some leaves and tree sap, to stick the leaves together and when it rains the water goes into the leaves and I would have fresh clean water. Some diversities I would face would be, the bugs the rain and the animals. Safety tips to follow would be, don’t go alone, have a safety kit, and always be prepared.