Rainforest

1253 WordsOct 31, 20146 Pages
HOW IS THE RAINFOREST HELPFUL TO US? Malcolm Clay ITT- Technical Institute The rainforest is helpful to us in many ways. Rainforests can be found all over the world from as far north as Alaska and Canada to Latin America, Asia and Africa. Rainforests are found on every continent across the Earth, except Antarctica. There are two major types of rainforest: temperate rainforests and tropical rainforests. The largest temperate rainforests are found on North America's Pacific Coast and stretch from Northern California up into Canada. Temperate rainforests used to exist on almost every continent in the world, but today only 50 percent — 75 million acres — of these forests remain worldwide. Rainforests act as the world's thermostat by…show more content…
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