Question #b9835

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Jul 29, 2016

Answer:

Tropical rainforests are very warm, have many trees, and decompose fast. Temperate rainforests are cooler, have less trees, and decompose at a much slower rate.

Explanation:

Other differences include the types of leaves (tropical rainforests have broadleaf leaves, while temperate rainforests have needles) and the age of the trees (tropical rainforest trees are young (50-100 years old), while temperate rainforest trees are way older (500-1000 years old)).