Climate for Tropical Rainforest

The climate for tropical rainforest is hot and humid.

Tropical rainforests are found in world's tropical regions in northern South America, Central America, central Africa, India, South-east Asia, Indonesia and northern Australia.


Below is some information about the tropical rainforest climate.

Rainforest Canopy, Cape Tribulation National Park, Queensland, Australia
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Tropical Rainforest Climate
Tropical rainforests grow in the northern South America (Amazon rainforests), central Africa, south-east Asia, India, Indonesia and northern Australia. These are the areas around the equator, which have the hottest and most humid climate in the world.

The Daintree Rainforest, Cape Tribulation National Park, Queensland, Australia
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This is also the area with least seasonal changes, so the heat and the humidity are high all year around. If there were too big seasonal changes, the tropical rainforests wouldn’t grow here.

Rainforest, Daintree National Park, Queensland, Australia
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The heat is above 30°C during the day and above 20°C during the night, all year around. Humidity comes from the abundant rainfall. It rains almost every day in the year. Rainfall is at least 1500mm a year but often much more.


























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