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Plants that Inhabit a Rain-forest Are Not Found in a Wetland. Explain. - Biology

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Plants that inhabit a rain-forest are not found in a wetland. Explain.

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Plants found in rainforests are not found in wetlands because the climatic conditions in rainforests and wetlands are different. The climate of rainforests is wet and humid, and in this climate, large trees and shrubs are predominantly present. The climate of wetlands, on the other hand, is cool and wet. Herbs and aquatic plants are predominantly present in wetlands.

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