Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Lowland Evergreen Rain Forest

Tropical rain forest below 1000 m elevation and characterized by trees that reach heights of 35-50 m. These forests receive at least 140 cm of rain a year, but there are usually wet and dry seasons (less rain) and considerable biological diversity. This is a major biome for primates.

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