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"Tropical forests are found only to the tropics"

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Tropical forests are those areas where there is at least 2000 liters of rain per square meter per year and distributed almost evenly throughout the year. They are valid for the tropics, where are the tropical forests. There are some boreal rainforests, which grow in colder areas - such as North American shores, Chilean or New Zealand. Here, high rainfall is responsible for developing conditions. Mammoth trees are, for example, part of the boreal rain forest. Deforestation for economic purposes is a major environmental problem in these areas.
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