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[[File:Aerial view of the Amazon Rainforest.jpg|thumb|right||300px|An area of the [[Amazon Rainforest]] in [[Brazil]]. The tropical rainforests of [[South America]] contain the largest [[biodiversity|diversity]] of species living on [[Earth]].<ref>[http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/view.php?id=28907 NASA.gov]</ref><ref>[http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/12/051205163236.htm ScienceDaily.com]</ref>]]
 
[[File:Aerial view of the Amazon Rainforest.jpg|thumb|right||300px|An area of the [[Amazon Rainforest]] in [[Brazil]]. The tropical rainforests of [[South America]] contain the largest [[biodiversity|diversity]] of species living on [[Earth]].<ref>[http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/Newsroom/view.php?id=28907 NASA.gov]</ref><ref>[http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/12/051205163236.htm ScienceDaily.com]</ref>]]
   
A '''tropical rainforest''' is an [[ecosystem]] type that occurs roughly within the [[latitude]]s 28 degrees north or south of the [[equator]] (in the equatorial zone between the [[Tropic of Cancer]] and [[Tropic of Capricorn]]). This ecosystem experiences high average temperatures and a significant amount of rainfall. Rainforests can be found in [[Asia]], [[Australia]], [[Africa]], [[South America]], [[Central America]], [[Mexico]] and on many of the [[Pacific]], [[Caribbean]], and [[Indian Ocean]] islands. Within the [[World Wildlife Fund]]'s biome classification, tropical rainforests are thought to be a type of [[tropical wet forest]] (or [[tropical moist broadleaf forest]]) and may also be referred to as ''lowland equatorial evergreen rainforest''.<ref>Olson, David M. et al. (2001); [http://www.csrc.sr.unh.edu/~palace/cerrado/olson%20et%20al.%20%28world%20veg%20map%29.pdf Terrestrial Ecoregions of the World]: A New Map of Life on Earth, BioScience, Vol. 51, No. 11., pp. 933-938.</ref>
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A '''tropical rainforest''' was tj in is an [[ecosystem]] type that occurs roughly within the [[latitude]]s 28 degrees north or south of the [[equator]] (in the equatorial zone between the [[Tropic of Cancer]] and [[Tropic of Capricorn]]). This ecosystem experiences high average temperatures and a significant amount of rainfall. Rainforests can be found in [[Asia]], [[Australia]], [[Africa]], [[South America]], [[Central America]], [[Mexico]] and on many of the [[Pacific]], [[Caribbean]], and [[Indian Ocean]] islands. Within the [[World Wildlife Fund]]'s biome classification, tropical rainforests are thought to be a type of [[tropical wet forest]] (or [[tropical moist broadleaf forest]]) and may also be referred to as ''lowland equatorial evergreen rainforest''.<ref>Olson, David M. et al. (2001); [http://www.csrc.sr.unh.edu/~palace/cerrado/olson%20et%20al.%20%28world%20veg%20map%29.pdf Terrestrial Ecoregions of the World]: A New Map of Life on Earth, BioScience, Vol. 51, No. 11., pp. 933-938.</ref>
   
 
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