Monday, September 22, 2014

Fact of the Day: Cold Tropics

While tropical areas are famous for their rain-forests, non-tropical places also can have rainforests. Canada even has a rainforest on the west coast known as Great Bear. 

18 comments:

  1. Interesting! I'd love to go to a rainforest some day. Seems like Canada would probably be the closest.

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  2. Wow that is new to me, Canada has a tropical forest.
    xx

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  3. I knew this. Tasmania has rain forests..

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  4. And canada doesn't have as many creatures that can kill you too

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  5. but what does the rain forest mean in a non tropical area?

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  6. So... sounds like if I want to explore a rainforest, Canada it is. I doubt that's crawling with things that want to kill me.

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  7. I didn't know that but that picture is very peaceful looking. I want to be there and sit by the stream.

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  8. And it is rainy! But beautiful. Have a good one, Adam!

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  9. I'm not even sure what a rain forest really is....

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  10. Gosh, that is so pretty. We just don't have that much green here in the desert.

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  11. That must be what's growing on the Olympic Penninsula in Washington State--a non tropical rain forest.

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  12. Aha! Another fun place we can visit. :- )

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