Jungle

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A Jungle

The jungle is a forest in a tropical place. In jungles, it rains a lot. Scientists think that more types of animals and plants live in the jungles than everywhere else. Jungles are hot most of the time (having high temperature). When many people talk about jungles, they may also mean rainforests. They have lots of rivers or streams.

The jungle is very crammed and there is very little room to walk. There are 4 layers to a jungle. These include (from the top to the bottom): The Emergent layer. The Canopy layer. The Understory. The forest floor.