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Where can you find water in the tropical rainforest?
Last Updated: 17th March, 2020
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Also, where can you find water in the rainforest?
Green bamboo has clear and odorless waterinsideit that you can drink. To access it, bend the top of a treedownabout a foot off the ground and tie it off. Cut a few inchesoffthe tip, put a container underneath and leave it overnight.Thenext day, you should have some drinkablewater.
Subsequently, question is, what water animals live in the rainforest? Share. The Amazon Rainforest is home to 427mammalspecies, 1,300 bird species, 378 species of reptiles, andmore than400 species of amphibians. Some of the animalsthatlive in the Amazon Rainforest include jaguars,sloths,river dolphins, macaws, anacondas, glass frogs, and poisondartfrogs.
Also question is, what are the major water features of the rainforest?
The tropical rainforest biome has fourmaincharacteristics: very high annual rainfall, highaveragetemperatures, nutrient-poor soil, and high levels ofbiodiversity(species richness). Rainfall: Theword“rainforest” implies that these are the someofthe world's wettest ecosystems.
Where is the rainforest?
The largest rainforests are in the AmazonRiverBasin (South America), the Congo River Basin (western Africa),andthroughout much of southeast Asia. Smaller rainforestsarelocated in Central America, Madagascar, Australia andnearbyislands, India, and other locations in thetropics.