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Jungle (terrain)

Non technical term for describing the forest biome rainforest. A jungle is a forest of densely tangled plants (trees, vines, grasses and reeds). As a forest biome it is present in both equatorial and tropical climatic zones. The jungle has high biodiversity. The dense "jungle" of popular concept is associated with preclimax stages of the rainforest.

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The jungle is almost like a forest but its more bigger and has rare animals and plants. A lot of people and especially scientists go to the jungle because they want to report what happens to the jungle, See rare plants and animals you never seen before, and to see how beautiful the jungle is.

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