Why is the wettest place in Eurasia located not in the equatorial but in the subequatorial belt.

The wettest place in Eurasia, as in the rest of the world, is located in the subtropical zone. There is more rainfall than in equatorial humid forests, and this is due to the relief. The fact is that the moist clouds that blow from the Indian Ocean collide with the highest peaks of the Himalayas, and fall out at their foot. This place is located in India and is called Cherrapunji. From this example, it can be understood that relief in the formation of climate and humidity has the same important role as climatic zones.

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