Rain forests are forests found in regions of the world that receive large amounts of precipitation annually. Rain forests present an incredibly diverse range of habitats, as they exist both at low elevations and high in mountain ranges. Many unusual and seldom-seen creatures inhabit the world’s rain forests, including spiders so large they eat small birds and colorful but highly poisonous tree frogs. The enigmatic sloth, an animal that spends its entire life hanging upside down from tree... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia of Science, 2021. 4p.