How do rainforests differ from temperate forests?

Tropical forests are located in the southern latitudes, where it is warm all year round, and there is a lot of rainfall. In these territories, there are almost no temperature fluctuations per year, which is reflected in the vegetation cover. Plants in rainforests are green all the time because they don’t need to protect themselves from the cold. And in temperate forests in winter, the soil freezes and the plants cannot get the right amount of nutrients, so their leaves fall. Also in this zone in winter there is not enough light for photosynthesis.

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