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Rainforests 3D Dinopedia
Tropical rainforests are a biome characterized by high levels of precipitation (from 2000 to 10000 mm per year), consistently high temperatures (25-28° C), and rich biodiversity. In casual conversation, such forests are called "jungles". Modern rainforests contain the maximum diversity of living creatures. Here you can encounter hundreds of species of animals on a single tree! And the plant world is incredibly diverse - hundreds of different trees, mosses, vines, ferns, fungi.

Plants in rainforests grow at several levels: undergrowth, lower layer, middle layer, upper layer, and tree canopy. This creates a complex structure, providing space for the life of a large number of species. Rainforests as a biome first appear in the Paleogene period.

Throughout the Paleogene period, rainforests were very widely spread across many continents. One could say that the Paleogene Earth was a "planet of jungles". And, of course, each place had its own, unique composition of animals and plants, P...