Tropical Dry Forest Biome

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Tropical Dry Forest Biome

Biotic And Abiotic Factors Include: Warm temperatures year-round ; Very rich soil ; Plants adapt to the dry season and animals estivate.

Tropical and Subtropical Dry Forests can be found in southern Mexico, southeastern Africa, the Lesser Sundas, central India, Indochina, Madagascar, New Caledonia, eastern Bolivia and central Brazil, the Caribbean, valleys of the northern Andes, Ecuador, and Peru.

1)Tropical dry forest make up the majority of tropical forests on the earth. 2)Tropical dry forests grow in places where rainfall is seasonal, not year-round

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Location

Tropical dry forests are found in warm regions in the tropics, where the average temperature is about 65 degrees farenheit and rainfall is in the range of 250 to 2000 mm per year (10 to 80 inches).

Climate

Tropical Dry Forest

Life in the rainforest

Dry Tropical Forests are found in regions where there are months of severe to absolute dry seasons, most of the rain falls during a normaly short wet season.

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