Which rainforest is in Ecuador?

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Ecuador is on the border of the Amazon rainforest, which is shown in the image below.

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What is a rainforest?

There are two kinds: temperate and tropical rainforests. Usuallyrainforests will be humid and it rains frequently.

What is Ecuador?

Ecuador is in Western South America, it borders colombia and peru.the population is 14 million. The capital is Quito. Quito isnestled in the Andes Mountains at 9500 feet above sea level. Equador is a country in South America that the equater runsdirectly through.

Where is Ecuador?

Ecuador is a beautiful country in northern South America, on the western coast, between Peru and Colombia. The Equator runs right through it. Galapagos Islands is a part of Ecuador. Equador is located in the north-western area of South America. Located north of Peru and to the east & north bordered by Colombia. Best known of it's provinces is the well known Galapocus Islands. it is in south America

What percentage of Ecuador is covered by rainforest?

At one time, 44% of Ecuador's total land mass was covered by Rainforests. Due to deforestation of the forests for Oil exploration, logging, and road building, Ecuador's Rainforest now cover 15% of the country's total land mass. The size of Ecuador is approximately equal to the state of Nevada.

A rainforest is?

A Rainforest is a forest which has a lot of rain every year: as you can see in the name... Rainforests are disappearing off our globe every year, and every minute a slice of a rainforest is being bulldozed or burned down... Rainforests are known as the lungs of our world because they provide the worlds oxygen. They also they biggest place to find different species of plants and animals. People live in rainforests, they all live in different tribes, they can cope, but to cope, they had to be born there or have had to live there for almost ten years. Charities are out there to help rainforest's from stop being bulldozed, they are also trying to get seeds which can re-grow rainforests which you will need approximately 100,000 pounds (U.K. Currency) I hope this helped :) :P

What are the rainforest for?

As many as 30 million species of plants and animals live in tropical rainforests. In fact, it is the forest that has one of the richest animals in the world, with most of its species still unknown to the scientific world and even to the people. We take from Rainforests many things and we even can't count them but here are some ones wood, Palm, medicine, Cocoa, Sugar, Pepper, Vanilla, Rubber and extra.

What is in the rainforest?

Many things: animals*, flowers, trees, rivers. *frogs, monkeys, birds and butterflies and many, many, many(it think you get the point), many more Trees, grass, bushes, animals(deer, rabbits, bears, etc.) water... nothing that you would find in the jungle.

Were is Ecuador?

A equator is a "line" that divides the northern and southern hemisphere.

Where is Ecuador at?

Ecuador is located in west South America between Colombia and Perú in the Equator.(that's what the Spanish word Ecuador means) This is the reason why La Mitad del Mundo (The center of the world) is in Quito. (Ecuador's capital)

What can you do in Ecuador?

Stay cool dude. Don't chuck the ice cream. Better answer: You can climb glacier covered mountains, relax on a beach, take a cruise to the Galapagos Islands, party all night in Quito or Guayaquil, take surfing lessons in Canoa. Ecuador has a huge variety of climates and activities for a small country, in part because the geography is so varied. The average high in the capital, Quito, is just about 68 degree Fahrenheit, while it is much hotter in the rainforest or in the lowlands near the coast.

What is a rainforest is?

A forest has to have 150 cm of rainfall a year before it is officially a rainforest. There are 4 layers to a rainforest, the forest floor, the understory, the canopy and the emergent. Nearly half of the worlds plant and animal speicies live in the rainforest.

What about the rainforest?

A Rainforest can be desribed as a tall, dense jungle. The reason it called a "rain" forest is because of high amount of rainfall it gets per year. The climate of a rain forest is very hot and humid so the animals and plants that exist there must learn to adapt to this climate. I will tell you a "interesing" facts in Rainforest: An area of a reainforest the size of football field is being destroyed each second. Giant bamboo platns can grow up to 9 inches a day. The trees of a tropical rainforest are so densely packed that rain falling on the canopy can take as long as 10 minutes to reach the ground. 80% of the flowers in the Australian rainforests are not found anywhere else in the world.