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Why does it rain so much in the rainforest?


Question asked by: knowitall

Well they are called rainforest for a reason it is true and levels of rain fall tend to be high.

That's because conditions are such that it is very humid and therefore there is a lot of water vapour in the air overhead.

The more water vapour the more likely the chance of rain, and that's the answer!

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