Southeast Asia

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Southeast Asia

The Southeast Asian rainforests are the oldest, consistent rainforests on Earth, dating back to the Pleistocene Epoch 70 million years ago.

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Fast Facts - ... There are many biomes in asia which include deserts, forests, grasslands, and taiga regions. -... On the islands of southeast Asia there is an extremly rare animal that lives in the rainforest called the Tarsier. A little primate only about 5'' tall.

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Tarsier

The rainforests get a median 79 inches of rain each year. There is very little change in temperature all year—it always stays around 27 C degrees in Southeast Asia.

Today many of the original habitants continue to live in their traditional way of life.

There are many endangered species living in the rainforests of asia such as the Sumatran rhinoceros, the Sumatran tiger, the white-handed gibbon, the orangutan and the Malayan tipir.


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