What Is the Rainforest?

Rainforest: What is the rainforest?

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What Is a Rainforest?

Rainforests are very thick, wet, warm forests. We often call them jungles.

These jungles are home to

  • People
  • Animals
  • Plants

There are more kinds of plants and animals in the rainforest than anywhere else on earth.

Animals, lizards, snakes, colorful flowers, big trees, little trees, vines, ants, beautiful birds, and native children all share this jungle.

Pretend you are a kid who lives in the rainforest. What do you see in the jungle?

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